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John F. Kennedy International Airport

The nearly 14,000-square-foot Club, which will operate alongside the Club on Terminal 4, Concourse B, seats more than 250 guests and includes sweeping views of the airfield.

Delta offers the most flights and seats of any carrier at JFK with more than 200 total peak-day departures to over 90 domestic and international destinations.

Delta offers nonstop service to all of New York’s 50 most popular domestic markets.

Next winter, Delta + LATAM combined will offer more service than any other carrier or joint venture between New York and South America.

Recent Network Developments 

This summer, Delta is flying its largest trans-Atlantic schedule ever from JFK, offering more than 240 weekly departures to 26 destinations such as Shannon and Naples—two routes not flown since pre-pandemic.

Delta will also resume daily nonstop service to Tel Aviv (TLV) from JFK this summer starting June 7.

Additionally, the airline announced Saturday-only service to Barbados (BGI) from JFK beginning Dec. 21.


Delta’s $1.5 billion expansion project at New York-JFK broke ground in December 2021. As of January 2023, Delta has officially moved its operations out of Terminal 2 and consolidated all operations to Terminal 4, with 10 new gates now open on Concourse A.

The updated check-in and baggage drop area utilizes the latest technology to improve efficiency during busy travel times and includes the following enhancements: 

  • Delta’s signature digital backwall with up-to-date gate information. 
  • Self-service check-in kiosks. 
  • Enhanced bag drop locations. 

Following this latest expansion, all 28 gates located in Concourse B can accommodate a range of aircraft types and now exclusively serve Delta and its partners’ customers. This program also expanded the main security checkpoint, the lower-level transfer security checkpoint and domestic baggage claim, added new restrooms and made improvements to the check-in lobby. 

Airport Experience 

Debuted in 2021 at the airline’s Detroit and Atlanta hubs, Delta Digital ID provides customers with a seamless, hands-free way to navigate the airport. This industry-leading technology expanded to JFK in December 2023. Delta Digital ID uses biometric facial matching to eliminate the need for an agent-facilitated document check, allowing customers to move through bag drop and security checkpoints with more convenience and ease.     

Delta Sky Club 

JFK’s two Delta Sky Clubs have capacity for over 800 guests simultaneously. The latest Club, which opened in summer 2023, spans 14,000 square feet and seats more than 250 guests. The lounge design takes inspiration from New York City itself and features a Sky Deck and signature, 360-degree premium bar as the centerpiece. 

Delta One Lounge 

In 2024, Delta’s much-anticipated premium lounge will make its debut early summer. At more than 38,000 feet (including a year-round terrace), JFK’s Delta One Lounge will be the largest in the Delta network and will feature both a full-service brasserie and a casual, chef-assisted market with open kitchens, dedicated wellness areas and more.

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