JFK Airport Informational Guide to John F. Kennedy International - New York (JFK) - NON OFFICIAL

JFK Terminal 1

JFK Terminal 1 was opened in 1998, at the direction of the Terminal One Group, a consortium of several key operating carriers.

Terminal 1 is able to handle Airbus A380 aircraft and altogether with Terminal 4, has the capacity to carry the superjumbo aircraft.

Location: Check the terminal map at terminals page to get an overview of the exact terminal location.

Levels

Arrivals Level

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.

Mezzanine Level

In this level there are located the Airline Clubs.

Departure Level

In this level is where all Check-in desks are located.

Concourse Level

 There is the security check-point, the Airline Clubs and the boarding gates from 1 to 11.

Transportation between terminals

By the AirTrain system is easy to transfer between terminals at John F. Kennedy Airport, since all airport terminals are connected to its network. Train frequency is every 2 to 5 minutes and operates 24/7. Service is free between terminals. You can also connect to the parking lots, hotel shuttle and rental car facilities.

The AirTrain stations are located next to the short-term parking lot at each Terminal.  Find more information on the AirTrain page

Services

- ATMs
- Currency Exchange
- Stores and Duty Free
- Restaurants, Food and Café

See more Terminal 1 Services

lounges

Lufthansa Business Lounge: Terminal 1. Services: snacks, drinks, premium food, Wi-Fi, TV, Internet Terminals, printers and copiers, newspaper and magazines, among others. 

Passes start at $59 per traveler. 

Primeclass Lounge: Terminal 1. Services: premium food, Wi-Fi, snacks, showers, newspapers and magazines, TV, Internet Terminals, printers and copiers. 

Korean Air KAL First Class Lounge: Terminal 1. Open from 10:00am to 12:30am. Services: snacks, showers, drinks, Wi-Fi, newspapers and magazines, TV, Conference rooms, Internet Terminals, telephones, among others. 

Lufthansa First Class Lounge (Wining & Dining): Terminal 1. Services: food and drinks, Wi-Fi, magazines, TV. 

Lufthansa Senator Lounge: Terminal 1. Services: premium food, drinks, showers, Wi-Fi, snacks, newspapers and magazines, TV, printers and copiers, among others. 

Korean Air KAL Business Class Lounge: Terminal 1. Services: premium food, Wi-Fi, snacks, showers, TV, Internet Terminals, telephones, among others. 

Casa Alitalia New York: Terminal 1. Services: premium food, snacks, Wi-Fi, showers, TV, Internet Terminals, printers and copiers, among others. 

Air France/KLM Lounge: Terminal 1. Open from 2:00pm to 7:30pm. Services: premium food, Wi-Fi, snacks, drinks, showers, newspapers and magazines, TV, Internet Terminals, printers and copiers. 

Purchase your pass for JFK Terminal 1 Lounges