JFK Airport’s $9.5B New Terminal One Project Gets Green Light
Governor Hochul announced on Friday, June 10, 2022, that financial and environmental approvals have been secured to enable the planned construction of the $9.5 billion New Terminal One at JFK International Airport to move forward this summer. The 2.4 million-square-foot terminal will be built on sites currently occupied by Terminal 1, Terminal 2, and the former Terminal 3. The first phase of construction, including the new arrivals and departures hall and first set of new gates is expected to open in 2026, with full construction completion in 2030. The New Terminal One builds on the momentum of three other major components of JFK’s $18 billion transformation and an “extraordinary public-private partnership.” News of the green light for the JFK project comes just 10 days after the opening of Delta Air Lines new Terminal C at LaGuardia Airport.