JFK Airport was named after John F. Kennedy who served as the 35th President of the United States. It’s located in the Jamaica neighborhood in the Queens borough. It was opened on July 01, 1948. The airport is the main gate for airplanes coming to New York City. It’s a very busy gateway according to various rates:#1 for international and #13 among domestic travelers. The airport supports over nine companies operating their airplanes at once.
- The airport’s site is well-designed and provides plenty of essential information.
- We can find all possible ways to reach it by air train, public transport, taxi, car, van services, parking, and ways and places to be picked up.
- There are plenty of services, shops, and restaurants listed.
- The airport and hotel map is shared with everyone.
- One of the most useful services is a flight tracker and airline list.
- The site functionality allows us to book parking online.
- We can receive intel about parking lot availability at every terminal including long-term parking.
- The management even shared information about the security-decking time.
- It’s easy to manage time by having intel about how long we have to wait for a taxi.
Terminal 1 map infrastructure
JFK has six terminals operated – 1,2,4,5,7,8. Let’s take a closer look at the first one. Terminal 1 was opened in 1998. The terminal staff manages Airbus A380. The terminal has four levels.
The Arrival level is the place where passengers can find their baggage and proceed to the desirable transport. The Mezzanine level is featured by Airline Clubs. There’s a Departure level where people can check in according to a chosen airline. The last level is Concourse. Passengers can pass security checkpoints here.
Management provides everyone with an AirTrain that drives between terminals every 2-5 minutes all day long. Passengers and visitors can enjoy various services like ATMs, Currency Exchange, Stores, Duty-Free, Restaurants, Food, and Cafe. Everything is focused on covering all your needs in one place.
There are several lounge zones running:
- Lufthansa Business Lounge. The price is starting from $59. So, we can rely on receiving cracks and drinks, premium food, TV, Wi-Fi, copy services, magazines, and newspapers.
- Primeclass Lounge. It includes the same services plus a shower room.
- Korean Air KAL First Class Lounge. The working hours are from 10 am to 12.30 am. In addition to the standard features, it includes conference rooms.
- Lufthansa First Class Lounge.
- Korean Air KAL Business Class Lounge. It varies from the first class by premium food availability.
- Air France/KLM Lounge. It works from 2 pm to 7 pm. It has premium food and other standard services like Wi-Fi, snacks, and drinks.