According to the Simply Flying website, American Airlines, and British Airways unveiled the first look of the newly renovated Terminal 8 at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport.
American Airlines, British Airways, and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey hosted a press conference at JFK to unveil the updates at the terminal.
A brand new $400 million terminal unveiled a new check-in area, new gates, and three new lounges. The newly renovated terminal is expected to accommodate about 10 million passengers annually. The renovated terminal has been expanded an additional 130,000 feet.
Terminal 8 includes the addition of five new widebody gates, four new widebody parking positions, and an enhanced and expanded baggage handling system.
American Airlines and British Airways will move operations to the new Terminal 8 on December 1.