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The new TWA Hotel at JFK is set for a Spring 2019 Opening!

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Any new runways or new terminals? Will they ever consider it?
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Any new runways or new terminals? Will they ever consider it?
Yes, the entire airport is being remade.
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Cuomo Unveils $13 Billion JFK Overhaul





BY JAKE OFFENHARTZ
OCT 4, 2018


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During a morning meeting hosted by the Association for a Better New York on Thursday, Governor Cuomo unveiled plans and renderings for a $13 billion modernization of John F. Kennedy International Airport, which he says will transform the hub into “one of the finest airports in the world."
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Come 2025, at least, getting the hell out of New York is projected to become slightly more pleasant. The staggering investment promises to bring two new international terminal complexes to the airport, along with state-of-the-art security, digital signage, world-class passenger amenities, and improved roadways on the Van Wyck Expressway (a driving experience that Cuomo likened to "splinters under my fingernails.") AirTrain capacity is projected to increase by 50 percent, though the dream of a one-seat ride from Manhattan—floated as a possibility when the overhaul was announced, at $10 billion, last year—appears to be dead.
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The lion's share of the project's funding will come from private money, with the Port Authority chipping in just 10 percent, or about $1 billion. The group of financiers footing the rest of the bill includes RXR Realty, whose CEO, Scott Rechler, was appointed to the MTA board by Cuomo last year.











































































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Cuomo’s $13 Billion Solution to the Mess That Is J.F.K. Airport





By Patrick McGeehan
Oct. 4, 2018


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At J.F.K., the new terminals — one to be built by a consortium of four foreign airlines and one by JetBlue Airways — will take several years to complete. In the meantime, the Port Authority plans to spend $1 billion on improvements to roadways and other infrastructure within the airport grounds.
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Mr. Moss said the planned improvements to Terminal 1, one of two international terminals, would “turn the thing into a global shopping mall.” But he said that is the established trend in airports around the world, where a “captive audience” of travelers waiting to board planes is enticed to spend money in sleek shops and restaurants. “J.F.K. has been very slow to recognize that there’s more money to be made on the ground than in the planes,” he said.

Mr. Cotton said that a consortium of four foreign carriers — Lufthansa, Air France, Japan Airlines and Korean Airlines — had pledged to spend $7 billion to replace Terminals 1 and 2 with a massive terminal containing 23 gates and 230,000 square feet of stores and restaurants. He said that the complex would be operated by Munich Airport International and would be connected to Terminal 4, integrating the south side of the airport.
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On the north side, he said, JetBlue has proposed to demolish Terminal 7 and build a $3 billion international terminal that would connect to the airline’s hub in Terminal 5. One of JetBlue’s development partners is RXR Realty, a Long Island-based company led by Scott Rechler, a former vice-chairman of the Port Authority and major campaign contributor to Mr. Cuomo.
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Wow, wow! Lots of change! I can see that. No more T2, T3, T7. The old Delta T2 will be demolished. It's very old terminal. This is where the old Pan Am terminal used to be.
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Wtf are these renderings? Are they building an airport or a circus? It looks so cheesy.

Are these photos inspiration or final renderings?
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Wow, wow! Lots of change! I can see that. No more T2, T3, T7. The old Delta T2 will be demolished. It's very old terminal. This is where the old Pan Am terminal used to be.
T3 was the old Pan Am terminal, and has been demolished. T2 is another older terminal (soon to be demolished) that now handles Delta's flights out West.

30 years too late, but thank God this is finally happening. I especially like the news that all the terminals will now be connected by foot, and that Airtrain will have additional capacity, including options for one-seat ride to Manhattan.

Once these new terminals are built, JFK will be down to five terminals and the oldest will be from 2003.
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Wtf are these renderings? Are they building an airport or a circus? It looks so cheesy.

Are these photos inspiration or final renderings?

First impression as well.

But realistically most of that garish branding stuff won't actually make it into the final product. Those awful JFK globe things look like something you's see in Uzbekistan or something.
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First impression as well.

But realistically most of that garish branding stuff won't actually make it into the final product. Those awful JFK globe things look like something you's see in Uzbekistan or something.
Exactly. I just ask myself - is this on the same level of architecture quality as the TWA building....no
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First impression as well.

But realistically most of that garish branding stuff won't actually make it into the final product. Those awful JFK globe things look like something you's see in Uzbekistan or something.

as probably a rare someone who has been to three different airports in uzbekistan i can tell you the airports there are a lot less garish. in fact they are rather pleasant and not garish at all. no giant globe thingys!
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Fun pics. I hope the hotel addition to the Saarinen TWA terminal is a success. One of my favorite buildings.
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$13 Billion Terminal Redevelopment Plan Unveiled For JFK International Airport






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In an effort to improve both operations and accessibility to New York’s busiest airport, Governor Andrew Cuomo has endorsed a $13 Billion plan overhaul and transform John F. Kennedy International Airport.

The ambitious plan includes the replacement of terminals 1, 2, and 7 with conglomerated North and South terminals to help simplify and improve the traveler experience. Consolidated areas will also be able to accommodate more visitors, larger aircraft, and include more accessible areas for disabled and elderly travelers. Travelers who commute using public transportation will have access to larger and more frequent AirTrain shuttles.

New renderings, revealed by Curbed, give a first look of interior green spaces, New York-centric installations, and windowed ceiling enclosures that promote the flow of natural light. The master planning team is being led by Mott MacDonald and Grimshaw Architects.

More than 90% of the project cost will be funded by airliners who use the airport. The South terminal will reportedly be funded by Air France, Japan Airlines, Korean Air Lines, and Lufthansa. Jet Blue, alone, will fund development of the North terminal. A small portion of of the cost will be funded by taxpayers for new roads, overpasses, and infrastructure to accommodate a great increase in traffic.

Construction is expected to begin by 2020 with completion by 2025.
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I don't want to complain but does anyone else feel the architecture is, for a lack of a better word, a bit generic?
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