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

JFK Terminals

JFK Airport has six operative terminals numbered 1–8, skipping Terminal 3 and 6, which were demolished in 2011 and 2013 after Terminal 5 was expanded.

 

JFK Terminal Map

The terminals buildings are arranged in a O-shaped pattern around a central area containing parking, a power plant, and other airport facilities. The terminals are connected by the AirTrain system and access roads. As you can see at this image:

JFK Terminal Map

Check the detailed information for each Terminal:

JFK TERMINAL 1

Terminal 1 at JFK opened in 1998 and has 11 gates. 

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JFK TERMINAL 2

Also known as Delta Terminal, it is only used by Delta Airlines. 

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JFK TERMINAL 4

It operates with a large part of international arrival flights. It has a big shopping mall. 

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JFK TERMINAL 5

Jet Blue is the biggest company operating at Terminal 5. 

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JFK TERMINAL 7

This terminal is operated by British Airways. 

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JFK TERMINAL 8

The biggest terminal of the Airport. It is divided into two concourses. 

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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. Trains frequency is every 2 to 5 minutes. You can also connect to the parking lots, hotel shuttle and rental car facilities.

Also, between Terminal 2 and 4 there is a free shuttle bus operated by Delta Airlines at their passenger’s disposal.