New Jetblue Terminal Being Built at New York's JFK Airport

The 635,000-sf terminal will have 26 gates and capacity to serve 20 million customers a year.


The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has begun construction on JetBlue airline's new terminal at JFK International Airport. The 635,000-sf terminal will have 26 gates and capacity to serve 20 million customers a year.

The $875 million project will be partially funded by JetBlue and is scheduled to be completed by 2009. The Building Team includes New York City-based companies Arup (planner and design manager), Gensler (terminal architects), DMJM Harris (airside/landside civil engineers), and the Rockwell Group (interior architect). Dallas-based Turner Construction holds the construction management contract.



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