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John F. Kennedy International Airport Airport guide
Airport summary
John F. Kennedy International Airport is the aerial gateway to New York, a world metropolis. It is located 24 kilometers southeast of midtown Manhattan. After opening as an international airport in 1948, it became the huge airport that it is today after undergoing repeated remodeling and expansion in order to meet increased foreign airline traffic. The airport has eight separate terminals. Inter-terminal connections can be made by Airtrain. Most foreign flights bound for the New York area arrive at either John F. Kennedy International Airport or Newark International Airport. There is also LaGuardia Airport which is primarily for domestic US flights.

Arrival
Arrival Terminal
ARRIVAL/JFK
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1. Passport control Please present your passport, embarkation/disembarkation card and customs declaration form.
  Note: You are requested to submit the customs declaration form even if you have nothing to declare. Only one customs declaration form is required per family.
2. Customs inspection 1 Inspection of luggage.
Duty free allowance
Up to 200 cigarettes, 50 cigars, or 2 kilograms of smoking tobacco; up to 1 liter of alcoholic beverages. (Please note that the duty free allowance for tobacco and alcoholic beverages applies only to persons of 21 years or older.)

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Departure
Departure Terminal
DEPARTURE/JFK BA Terraces Lounge BA First Class Lounge
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Transfers

Arrival at New York from Narita (NH010)
TERMINAL/JFK
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<- Customers transferring to flights departing from the same terminal(United Airlines domestic flights, etc.)
<- Customers connecting from flights arriving at other terminals
Departure from New York to Narita (NH009)
TERMINAL/JFK BA First Class Lounge BA Terraces Lounge
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<- Customers transferring to flights departing from the same terminal
<- Customers making connections from flights arriving at other terminals
The AirTrain makes a circuit around the airport 24 hours a day. The AirTrain operates every four to twelve minutes. It takes about 8 minutes to circle the whole airport. Taxis are also available.
United Airlines is located in the same terminal as ANA (Terminal 7).
Terminal facilities
Baggage carts Baggage carts are available free of charge for arriving customers. Baggage carts cost $3.00 per cart for departing customers. (You may use either bills or coins to pay for the cart.) Baggage carts cost $3.00 per cart for both arrivaing and departing customers. (You may use either bills or coins to pay for the cart.)
Currency exchange Currency exchange is available at three locations in the Arrival Lobby (First floor); there is one currency exchange in the Departure Lobby (Third floor). They operate according to flight schedules. Note: They may sometimes be closed due to the absence of attendants.
Cafe Cafes operate in accordance with flight schedules.


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