Simple Flying - Riley Pickett

JFK's Terminal 7 is now under the management of JFK Millennium Partners Group.

Amid a changing landscape at John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), JFK Millennium Partners Group (JMP) has assumed management of Terminal 7. The change in leadership comes shortly after British Airways relocated to Terminal 8. The airport is currently undergoing massive changes. Over the next several years, the Port Authority of New York is looking to turn the aging airport into a world-class gateway airport.

JFK has seen many changes in recent months amid a massive $18 billion project geared toward restructuring and improving aspects of the airport. New York Governor Kathy Hochul is heading the project. The latest significant development in this project was the announcement that construction would soon begin on Terminal 6. The terminal's construction is predicted to cost roughly $4.2 billion before it is completed. Once completed, the terminal will provide a direct link to Terminal 5. Terminal 6 will primarily serve international flights.

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