Alaska Airlines, Virgin America to Relocate to JFK’s Terminal 7

By Jesse Sokolow on 25 April 2017
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IMG_4341Alaska Airlines and Virgin America announced that the two carriers plan to move their operations at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport to Terminal 7. Alaska currently operates out of Terminal 8, while Virgin operates out of the airport’s Terminal 4.

Alaska, which acquired Virgin America last December, said that the relocation is expected to be complete by October of this year.

The two airlines will join British Airways, Qantas, and Icelandair in Terminal 7.

Alaska also recently announced that it plans to build a lounge at the airport, which is expected to open early next year.

Alaska and Virgin operate 14 flights a day to JFK from various West Coast destinations, including Seattle, Los Angeles, Portland, and San Francisco.

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