Wednesday, October 3, 2012

NEWS| JetBlue breaks ground on new home at JFK Terminal 5

JetBlue breaks ground on new home at JFK Terminal 5
New York’s hometown airline JetBlue has broken ground on the extension to its world class home at John F. Kennedy’s Terminal 5 to pave the way for an international arrivals facility.
Set to open in early 2015, the thoughtfully-designed space includes six international arrivals gates - three new and three converted from Terminal 5 - and an International Arrivals Hall with full US Custom and Federal Inspection Services to deliver a seamless travel experience for customers arriving from international flights on JetBlue and select partner airlines.

JetBlue’s resident and chief executive Dave Barger along with the airline’s executives and crewmembers joined Homeland Security chairman Peter King; Queens Borough president Helen Marshall; City Council member Jimmy Van Bramer; US Custom and Border Protection JFK port director Susan Mitchell; Port Authority of New York and New Jersey’s aviation director Susan Baer; and representatives from the JFK airport community to commemorate the announcement.
Business partners working jointly with JetBlue on the project, including Gensler, Ammann & Whitney, Arup, AECOM, Gleeds USA, Turner Construction, were also on hand.


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