JFK Airport Complex
The airport grounds are made up of five terminals numbered 1, 4, 5, 7 and 8, skipping Terminal 3 and 6, which were demolished in 2011 and 2013 after Terminal 5 was expanded, and Terminal 2 which was closed on January 2023 to be used it for the airport’s new international terminal. The New Terminal One began its construction in September 2022 on the site that currently accommodates Terminals 1 and 2. Construction is expected to be fully completed in 2030.
All terminals are connected by the AirTrain system and access roads.
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Intercontinental flights, to Europe and Asia, in addition to Mexico City
Passengers arrive here at the baggage claim area and can find some amenities. Access to ground transportation this way, as well as the AirTrain station.
In this level there are located the Airline Clubs.
In this level is where all Check-in desks are located.
There is the security check-point, the Airline Clubs and the boarding gates from 1 to 11.
Domestic flights, international flights to Cancun and some caribbean destinations, South America, Asia, Africa and Europe.
Here you will find ground transportation, information center, hotel/motel courtesy phones, tourist information point, the AirTrain station, the baggage claim area and U.S. Immigration.
Check-in desks and access to security area.
The security checkpoint separates departures level from the concourse level.
In Terminal 4 there is a shopping mall that offers a wide range of retail options.
Most are domestic flights and Caribbean destinations, and some to Central America, South America and Europe
Find here arrivals level and baggage claiming. Some services are also located here, as well as the skywalk to the AirTrain.
Check-in area and access to the boarding gates.
Domestic flights and european destinations
In this level passengers can access to baggage claiming. There is the AirTrain station too and all the other ground transportation options.
There are the check-in desks with the security checkpoint.
Here there are located the boarding gates: from 1 to 12. There is a small store with various snacks and beverages, books and souvenirs, a pet relief area and a family room.
Domestic flights, The Caribbean, South America, Europe and Middle East.
It has the baggage claim area, the U.S. customs, AirTrain Station and access to other ground transportation options.
In this level passengers will find the check-in desks and after the security checkpoint there is access to the different gates, divided into two concourses: Concourse B and Concourse C .
In this concourse there are 12 gates: 1 to 8, 10, 14 and 16.
In Concourse C there are 17 gates: 31 to 47. Passenger access to Concourse C is done by an underground tunnel which includes moving walkways.