Port Authority, JetBlue Break Ground On New York JFK Terminal

Terminal 6

JetBlue CEO Robin Hayes (far right) helps to break ground on JFK Terminal 6.

Credit: Office of the Governor of New York/Business Wire
Ground has been broken on New York Kennedy International Airport’s (JFK) Terminal 6, the 1.2 million-ft. 2 facility that will serve as JetBlue Airways’ primary home. The construction project, managed via a public-private partnership between the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and the JFK...
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