Commercial programme launched for New Terminal One at JFK Airport opening in 2026 with “world-class retail experience”

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, The New Terminal One and URW Airports have launched the commercial programme for the $9.5 billion terminal scheduled to open at JFK Airport in 2026.

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ), The New Terminal One (NTO) and Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield (URW) Airports have announced the launch of the commercial programme for the privately funded $9.5 billion all-international terminal scheduled to open in 2026 as part of the $19 billion transformation of JFK Airport. The commercial vision will converge New York City favourites, global powerhouse brands, engaging guest experiences, and thoughtful amenities under one roof.

“From the outset of our $19 billion transformation of JFK, our goal has been to build best-in-class facilities that offer a passenger experience on par with or better than what travellers find at the world’s great airports,” said Rick Cotton, Port Authority Executive Director. “At the heart of that effort is the ambitious commercial programme envisioned for the New Terminal One, which will bring together global brands and iconic local businesses that will combine with our public art, branding and architecture to create a sense of place unique to New York.”

When fully complete, the New Terminal One will be the largest terminal at JFK, with 23 gates and more than 300,000 square feet of retail, dining and lounge space over a total footprint of 2.4 million square feet.

“The launch of the commercial programme for the New Terminal One is an important milestone as we advance towards our scheduled opening in 2026,” said Dr Gerrard P. Bushell, President and CEO, The New Terminal One. “We are proud to partner with URW Airports to launch a world-class retail experience featuring global brands and local New York businesses, reflecting the dazzling array of offerings that our great city is known for. Our food and beverage selection will showcase a rich diversity of cuisines and flavours inspired by the tapestry of cultures that make up New York City, while driving real economic opportunities in our community for generations to come.”


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