Terminal 7

JFK Terminal 7 was originally home to BOAC and Air Canada in the early 1970’s. Terminal 7 was renovated in 1997 and is currently run by British Airways. British Airways shares the terminal with 8 other airlines. Port Authority’s lease agreement with British Airways ends in 2015. It is undetermined whether or not British Airways will locate to another terminal or renew its lease in the future.

Terminal 7 has a United Club VIP lounge located one level above the ticket counter and is open from 5am – 8:30pm. It is equipped with many amenities such as free WIFI, a conference room and more.

JFK Terminal 7 has many amenities and services for visitors to enjoy before departure or upon arrival.

Terminal 7 – Airlines, Services, Amenities and Ground Transportation Info:

Terminal 7 Airlines:
ANA                           Iberia                United
British Airways           Iceland Air        United Express
Cathay Pacific            Qantas             US Airways

Terminal 7 Services and Amenities:

Terminal 7 has 4 restrooms, 1ATM machine, and a duty free shop. There are 3 bar/restaurants to choose from and 10 fast food/snack establishments. Two newsstands are available for purchase of books, newspapers and magazines. At Terminal 7 you can purchase souvenirs and gifts at any of the 9 retail shops. WIFI is accessible throughout Terminal 7 for a fee.

Ground Transportation Info:

JFK Terminal 7 Arrivals Level offers the convenience of an air train station, car rental pickup, parking, buses and taxi services. A hotel/motel courtesy phone is also available for any last minute lodging arrangements you may need to make. A ground transportation information center is on hand should you have any questions about getting to your destination.

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