Delta currently operates at two different terminals at JFK which are Terminal 2 and Terminal 4. Terminal 4 is Delta’s new terminal which has a great SkyClub with SkyDeck. Right now, all the the regional jets operate from their old Terminal 2, however starting this week that’s gonna change as they move their regional jets over to Terminal 4.
Delta Expands JFK’s Terminal 4 for Regional Jets
Per Delta, Delta Air Lines will unveil the newest expansion to Terminal 4 at JFK this week. The $175 million project adds 11 new gates and 75,000 square feet to Terminal 4’s Concourse B and continues Delta’s $1.2 billion investment to enhance and expand the terminal.
Delta is significantly enhancing the customer experience at Terminal 4 and Terminal 2 by streamlining travel for those with connecting flights at JFK and enhancing access to amenities at both terminals. With the 11-gate expansion, Delta is relocating a majority of its Delta Connection flights at JFK from Terminal 2 to the expanded Concourse B in Terminal 4. The new gates at Terminal 4 will feature enclosed jetways and offer customers proximity to a flagship Sky Club and access to chef-inspired restaurants.
The end goal is for Delta to move their entire operation over to Terminal 4 and operate from a single terminal. This latest move is phase II of their JFK plans, so the last part is just to move the rest of their mainline flights over and then Delta will be able operate from a single terminal at JFK.