What Is on a JFK Airport Terminal Map?


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The overview terminal map for John F. Kennedy International Airport shows the various terminals, all numbered, and the transportation stops at those terminals. Clicking on a terminal number brings up a detailed map of that terminal showing the gates, airlines that use that terminal, and the arrival and departure levels.

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What Is on a JFK Airport Terminal Map?
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The individual terminal maps are interactive. For example, Terminal 1 has three tabs for arriving passengers, departing passengers and airport services. Clicking on arriving travelers brings up a series of buttons. Clicking on the various buttons brings up information on parking, transportation, lodging and immigration.

The same is true for the departing passenger button, except it also includes the check-in counters and the location of airline membership clubs. The airport services tab shows ATM locations, escalators, elevators and restrooms. All three tabs note the security check points.

When an individual terminal is selected, the airlines that use that terminal are listed across the top. That list disappears once the user starts clicking on the interactive buttons. The easiest way to get it back is to click on another terminal map and then click back to the map that was in use. Tabs for all the terminal maps, as well as the overview map, are along the top of the Web page.

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