The Master Plan for the JFK International Airport Redevelopment Project, led by Grimshaw and Mott MacDonald, is moving forward with the expansion of Terminal 4, after an agreement between The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and Delta Air Lines and JFK International Air Terminal, the operator of Terminal 4.
"The Terminal 4 expansion will be another milestone in the transformation of JFK Airport, with upgrades that will give passengers the world-class experience they expect when flying into New York," Governor Cuomo said. "When completed, our $13 billion project to modernize JFK will create a more unified airport and solidify New York's position as the premier entry point to our country."
As previously announced, the revitalization plan will also result in a new terminal complex on south side of the airport, including the replacement of existing Terminals 1 and 2 with a new 2.7-million-square-foot terminal served by 23 international gates and a new terminal complex on north side of airport, including a new 1.2-million-square-foot terminal connected to the existing Terminal 5.
You can learn more about Grimshaw's Master Plan for JFK here →.
You can read more about the Governor’s Terminal 4 announcement here →.