In The Media 05.28.2020

TWA Expansion and Redevelopment Program Featured on Airport History Blog

This legacy aviation project would have linked two existing terminals through the creative use of internal spaces.

The Trans World Airlines Expansion and Redevelopment Program at JFK International Airport included planning and design for the rehabilitation and modification of the architecturally significant Terminals A and B, as well as a new concourse, expansion, a Federal Inspection Services (FIS) facility, a meeter-greeter lobby, a new arrivals roadway and improvements to concessions, security and baggage handling.

Airport History dives into some of the planning behind this design, and its relevance today. Read the full article here!