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New York John F Kennedy International Airport

IATA Code
JFK
ICAO Code
KJFK
Website
http://www.kennedyairport.com
City
New York
Country
United States of America
Network
Domestic | International
Airport Type
Primary
Other airports serving New York
New York LaGuardia Airport
New York Newark Liberty International Airport
Runways
4442m x 61m
2560m x 61m
3460m x 61m
3048m x 46m
Airlines currently operating to this airport with scheduled services
Aer Lingus
Aeroflot
Aerolineas Argentinas
Aeromexico
Air China
Air Europa Lineas Aereas
Air France
Air India
Air Serbia
airberlin
Alaska Airlines
Alitalia
All Nippon Airways
American Airlines
Asiana Airlines
ASL Airlines Belgium
Austrian Airlines
Avianca
Azerbaijan Airlines AZAL
British Airways
Brussels Airlines
CAL Cargo Air Lines
Cargolux Airlines International
Cargolux Italia
Caribbean Airlines
Cathay Pacific
Cayman Airways
China Airlines
China Eastern Airlines
China Southern Airlines
Copa Airlines
Delta Air Lines
Dynamic Airways
EgyptAir
El Al
Emirates Airline
Etihad Airways
EVA Air
Finnair
Fly Jamaica Airways
Hawaiian Airlines
Iberia
Icelandair
Interjet
Japan Airlines
jetBlue Airways
Kalitta Air
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
Korean Air
Kuwait Airways
LAN Airlines
LAN Ecuador
LOT Polish Airlines
Lufthansa
Nippon Cargo Airlines
Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA
Pakistan International Airlines
Philippine Airlines
Qantas Airways
Qatar Airways
Royal Air Maroc
Royal Jordanian
Saudia
Silk Way West Airlines
Singapore Airlines
South African Airways
Sun Country
SWISS
TAM Airlines
TAME
TAP Portugal
Thomas Cook Airlines
Turkish Airlines
Ukraine International Airlines
Uzbekistan Airways
Virgin America
Virgin Atlantic Airways
Volaris
WestJet
Xiamen Airlines
XL Airways France
Airlines currently operating to this airport via codeshare
Air Canada
Air Seychelles
Air Tahiti Nui
airBaltic
Condor Flugdienst
CSA Czech Airlines
Ethiopian Airlines
Fiji Airways
Gol
Gulf Air
Hahn Air Systems
Hainan Airlines
Hong Kong Airlines
Jet Airways
Jetstar Airways
LAN Argentina
Malaysia Airlines
SriLankan Airlines
TAROM
Thai Airways
United Airlines
Vietnam Airlines
Virgin Australia

New York John F Kennedy International Airport is the major international gateway serving the city of New York and the greater Tri-State metropolitan region - one of the world's most populous areas and a key financial centre. JFK is among the busiest airports in the United States. Apart from services from JetBlue, Virgin America and regional subsidiaries of the US majors, destinations served from JFK are almost exclusively intercontinental, with many major commercial centres across South America, Europe, Africa, Asia and the Middle East served directly from JFK. The airport is a hub for JetBlue, American Airlines and Delta Air Lines.

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Interjet moves forward in strengthening its transborder position. Politics spurs market uncertainty

25-Mar-2017 7:55 PM

Mexico’s third largest airline, Interjet, recorded a surge in international passengers during 2016, reflecting the company’s desire to capitalise on a loosened bilateral agreement between the US and Mexico that eliminated restrictions on certain routes between the two countries. Interjet added several new routes to the US in 2016, upping competition with its Mexican rivals and the US airlines.

Based on Interjet’s aircraft delivery schedule and forward looking data, the airline’s capacity is set to grow at a healthy pace in 2017 as it absorbs new route launches from 2016 and expands its fleet. The airline logged 18.3% capacity growth in 2016.

Interjet is undertaking a significant US expansion as changing political tides are creating uncertainty about future travel patterns between Mexico and the US. Interjet asserts that business travel demand on its largest international route – Mexico City to New York JFK – remains robust, and the airline is expanding frequencies on the route.

But Mexico-US relations remain fragile in the light of uneasiness about changing trade pacts, and the heightened rhetoric over construction of a border wall between the two countries that was a hallmark of (now) President’s Trump campaign.

Japan Airlines' US changes mark start of new growth after government restrictions end

8-Feb-2017 5:08 PM

Japan Airlines is eagerly – but discreetly – counting down to 01-Apr-2017. The start of the new fiscal year in Japan is when JAL will be unshackled from growth restrictions imposed after JAL's bailout in 2010. United States Chapter 11 restructuring enables relatively quick growth on lower costs, but in Japan JAL's significant cost improvements over All Nippon Airways came with the penalty of not being permitted to fully realise business opportunities for a number of years.

JAL's first public business change is the relatively small, and expected, move of a New York flight from a Narita departure to Haneda, matching ANA. Bigger changes are expected with JAL's new management plan due in 1H2017.

ANA has significantly widened the gap with JAL, using JAL's restrictions as a once-in-a-lifetime unchallenged growth opportunity. JAL is expected to grow its network around its core North America-Asia segment. JAL will look to expand North America flights, but also East Asia and India.

Yet JAL, still scarred by bankruptcy and determined to be the first Asian airline to have consistently high and cyclical-proof margins, will seek modest, direct network growth. JAL will look to invest in other airlines and non-flying businesses.

Aeromexico and Delta JV: major uncertainty reigns after the DoT hits hard with slot divestitures

1-Dec-2016 4:00 PM

A transborder joint venture between SkyTeam partners Aeromexico and Delta is hanging in the balance now that the US DoT has required slot divestitures and other stipulations in order for the airlines to move forward with their proposed business agreement. Not surprisingly, Aeromexico and Delta believe limitations proposed by US regulators would diminish the economic benefits of the joint venture, and are warning they are reconsidering deepening their business ties.

Numerous airlines expressed concerns about Aeromexico and Delta’s concentration of slots at Mexico City Juarez, and the DoT responded by requiring slot divestitures at the airport along with the relinquishment of slots at New York JFK. The airlines have countered that the DoT’s analysis is flawed, and that a smaller number of slot divestitures at Juarez required by Mexico’s government should allay any concerns expressed by competitors. Aeromexico and Delta also argue another stipulation imposed by US regulators – limiting the joint venture to a five-year term – would create too much uncertainty for the viability of the business venture.

Delta’s plans to take its stake in Aeromexico up to 49% was contingent on the JV proposal succeeding. But with the stipulations imposed by DoT in order for the partners to establish their joint venture a dark cloud of uncertainty is hovering over Aeromexico’s future ownership structure.

Mexican ULCC Volaris makes a pivot in its transborder strategy – into more contested markets

19-Oct-2016 7:06 PM

The US has been a key market for the Mexican low cost airline Volaris since the company launched transborder service in 2009, reflected in the more than 23 US markets the airline presently serves. For many years Volaris’ transborder push originated in other bases outside Mexico City, given slots constraints at Juarez International airport and previous caps on the number of airlines serving transborder routes from Mexico City.

But in 2017 Volaris is entering more contested markets, taking advantage of a new US-Mexico bilateral that lifts restrictions on the number of airlines operating on some routes between the two countries. It is upping competition with its Mexican rivals Aeromexico and Interjet on services from Mexico City, as well as with the large US global network airlines.

It is not clear if the routes will absorb the additional capacity added by Volaris, but the airline will be the only ULCC operating on those routes, betting it can stimulate traffic with its ultra-low cost model in the already crowded markets.

Logic dictates approval of Alaska-Virgin America merger; anti-trust hawks loom large

17-Oct-2016 11:00 PM

A pushback in the closing date of the merger of Alaska Air Group and Virgin America – to allow the US government more time for its review of the transaction – created some jitters among investors about the eventual approval of the tie-up, evidenced by a drop in Virgin America’s stock price, which had soared after the deal was tabled in Apr-2016.

Despite the extra time regulators are taking to review the merger, a full-blown rejection of the deal is unlikely given the drastically smaller scope created by Alaska and Virgin America. Indeed, the combined airline creates a more viable entity to compete with the mega-carriers created by previous mergers; not a threat to consumer choice.

Close scrutiny by US regulators was always expected, as are some form of concessions in order for the agreement to ultimately gain the government’s approval. The form those concessions could take has spurred significant speculation from slot divestitures to the relinquishment of gates. Perhaps the key for Alaska is ensuring that the composition of those concessions does not compromise the economics of the transaction.

jetBlue Airways, armed with its premium product Mint, is poised to disrupt the trans-Atlantic market

3-Oct-2016 8:58 PM

Periodically throughout the last few years jetBlue has hinted that long haul trans-Atlantic flights could be a possibility at some point in its evolution. But in mid-2016 the company took a more concrete step towards serving trans-Atlantic routes by altering its Airbus order book – potentially to support long haul expansion.

JetBlue’s decision to option the Airbus A321LR occurs at a time when airlines such as WestJet, Norwegian Air Shuttle and WOW Air are pushing the low cost model into the long haul international market. Perhaps the steps those airlines are taking to carve out the low cost niche in the long haul space has accelerated jetBlue’s evaluations of trans-Atlantic service. The company has declared that it would make a decision about its options for the long-range Airbus narrowbody in 2017 ahead of the narrowbody’s debut in 2019.

The biggest drivers for jetBlue’s decision to enter the long haul trans-Atlantic market are identifying routes where it can inject low fares to stimulate traffic and drive revenue. The company’s base in Boston is emerging as the epicentre for those potential opportunities.

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