Port Authority OKs study for JFK renovation
The Port Authority’s board authorized a plan to spend $20 million studying what could become a $3 billion renovation of Terminals 2 and 3, both occupied by Delta Air Lines.
May 22. 2008 2:21PM By: Hilary Potkewitz
Delta Air Lines and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey on Thursday announced plans for the massive reconstruction of two terminals at John F. Kennedy International Airport, a project that could cost more than $3 billion.
The Port Authority’s board authorized a plan to spend $20 million to study the redevelopment of Terminals 2 and 3, which are both occupied by Delta.
The study, slated for completion by the end of the year, is the first step in the building process. [Full Article]