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T4 is the largest terminal at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport and the only privately operated terminal in the United States. Covering nearly two million square feet, T4 is home to 34 airlines, has over 12,000 employees, and serves more than 21 million passengers each year.
T4 by the Numbers
- The heaviest aircraft departing from T4, the Airbus A380, weighs 1.2 million pounds (that's over 600 tons)!
- Cabs dispatched daily from T4’s indoor taxi stand. You’ll be impressed with how quickly we keep the line moving.
- Bags checked in at T4 annually. That’s almost 1000 bags an hour, or nearly 16 bags a minute, every day. Whew!
JFKIAT was selected by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey to develop, build, and manage the International Arrivals Building at JFK.
Terminal 4 Reopens
T4 reopened in May after undergoing a $1.4 billion redevelopment that transformed the former International Arrivals Building into a modern and efficient air terminal.
First Class Firsts
The first scheduled service A380 in the US, Emirates 202, departed from T4.
T4 was also the first terminal with a jet bridge to connect a lounge to an A380, allowing first class passengers to board directly from the Emirates lounge.
T4 became the only terminal at JFK with an indoor taxi queue allowing for a more efficient taxi stand and better customer service
Bigger is Better
T4 completed the Phase I expansion in May adding a total of 457,600 sq. ft. including 9 new gates, and Delta opened its largest US lounge in T4.
New Concourse, New Gates
T4 opened the B Concourse Phase II 80,000 sq. ft. expansion in January, adding 11 new gates to accommodate Delta’s regional jets
A Brand New Look
T4’s new brand was launched, and Terminal 4 turned 15 years old. A record breaking 20.6 million passengers travelled through T4 in 2016.
Terminal 4 became the first air terminal to earn LEED Gold certification for Existing Buildings: Operations & Maintenance in the U.S.
Come be part of our next big milestone
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Whether you need to recharge yourself or your devices, we’ve got you covered. T4 is home to five XpresSpas, and there are electronic charging stations throughout the concourses.