JFK Airport Terminal 6 Development Anniversary – Airways | Airlines

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DALLAS — The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and JFK Millennium Partners (JMP) celebrated the first anniversary of breaking ground on the $4.2 billion Terminal 6 at John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK).

The new terminal is part of the Port Authority’s ambitious US$19 billion redevelopment plan, which aims to transform JFK International Airport into a modern global gateway. The development group showed the facility through an animated rendering, showcasing the terminal’s frontage to the gate.

The consortium says the construction is progressing as scheduled, with the last steel beams expected to be erected this summer and the first gates set to open in 2026.

Recent construction at the site of the new Terminal 6 at JFK. Photo: JMP

Throughout the construction process, the project is projected to create over 4,000 jobs, including 1,800 union construction jobs, with direct wages amounting to $1.9 billion. JMP has awarded contracts worth over US$450 million to minority- and women-owned business enterprises (MWBEs) and over US$170 million to Queens-based firms. Over 180 MWBEs are currently involved in the project.

JFK T6 Development Phases

JFK Millennium Partners is developing T6 in two phases, with the first five gates expected to open in early 2026, and the construction will be completed by 2028.

Lufthansa Group (LH) has already announced its plans to move to the new terminal, operating flights to various European destinations and providing a world-class lounge experience for its passengers. Discussions with other airlines are also underway.

Passengers and airlines at Terminal 6 can expect a…

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