Delta Air Lines Celebrates Newly Renovated John F. Kennedy International Airport Terminal 4
On Tuesday, May 21 executives and guests of Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) will visit the New York Stock Exchange to celebrate the newly renovated John F. Kennedy International Airport Terminal 4. Delta Air Lines invested $1.2 Billion at John F. Kennedy International Airport Terminal 4, resulting in the addition of an estimated 10,000 jobs in the region and $1.6 Billion in economic output by 2014. The renovation included consolidated departures curb, consolidated check-in, automated checked baggage screening, 16 International gates, 3,100 passengers per hour International arrivals, seven large International claim devices, and 23,000 square foot Delta Sky Club.
Delta will highlight the new terminal with a display in NYSE’s Experience Square featuring the Sky Priority check-in process, the Delta Sky Club, The Sky Deck at the Delta Sky Club and on-board amenities.
Henry Kuykendall, Vice President of Delta Airport Customer Service/JFK and Gail Grimmett, Senior Vice President of Delta Marketing/New York, joined by members of Delta’s leadership team, will ring the NYSE Closing Bell.
About Delta Air Lines
Delta Air Lines is New York City's largest and fastest growing carrier, providing service to more destinations from New York State than any other airline. Delta is in the midst of a $1.4 billion project to create a state-of-the-art international gateway at JFK, with the new Terminal 4 scheduled to open on May 24. The airline is also investing more than $160 million to expand and update Terminals C and D at LaGuardia. The unique Delta Shuttle product offers hourly service to Boston, Chicago (O'Hare) and Washington D.C. Delta's three metropolitan-area airports carried 23.1 million domestic and international passengers in 2012, up from 20.8 million passengers in 2011. Delta and its nearly 9,000 New York-based employees are part of the fabric of the New York community, acting as the official airline of the Yankees, Mets, Knicks, Rangers, Madison Square Garden, Food Bank for New York City, New York Wine and Food and AmFar among many others. SOURCE Delta Air Lines