6-Aug-2010 10:13 AM

Port Authority approves state-of-the-art space for Delta at JFK

US' Port Authority of New York and New Jersey approved (05-Aug-2010) Delta Air Lines' plans to construct a new terminal space at John F Kennedy International Airport’s Terminal 4 replacing the antiquated space the airline now occupies in Terminal 3. Under the plan, Delta’s international traffic will move to Terminal 4 into nine newly constructed passenger gates and up to seven of the building’s existing gates, occupying 16 of the expanded terminal’s 25 gates. Once the new gates are built in Terminal 4, JFK’s existing Terminal 3 will be demolished to provide 16 additional aircraft parking spaces allowing Delta and other airlines to have increased access to their equipment and help alleviate congestion. [more]

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