Delta and Port Authority Announce $3.8 Billion Terminal 4 Expansion

By Paul Riegler on 11 February 2020
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Check-in area at Terminal 4

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, which manages the airport, announced an agreement between JFK International Air Terminal, the operator of Terminal 4, and Delta Air Lines, to expand the terminal and consolidate all Delta operations there.

The $3.8 billion project was the one remaining piece of the puzzle that was required to transform JFK into a twenty-first century global gateway.

“The Terminal 4 expansion will be another milestone in the transformation of JFK Airport, with upgrades that will give passengers the world-class experience they expect when flying into New York,” said New York’s governor, Andrew Cuomo.

The scope of the work includes the addition of 16 new gates, an expansion of the terminal’s arrivals and departures halls, the renovation of the existing concourses, and roadway upgrades to improve vehicle access. The work, with the exception of the roadway improvements, is expected to be completed in early 2023, at which time Delta will be able to move its remaining operations from Terminal 2, which is slated to be demolished, to Terminal 4.

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