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New York JFK Terminal 4 expansion plans were unveiled last month, with $1.2 billion set to be spent by Delta Air Lines, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and terminal operator JFK International Air Terminal, a unit of Schiphol USA. Construction is set to begin in September with the anticipated completion of phase one and relocation of Delta's Terminal 3 operations to Terminal 4 in May 2013. Currently, DL operates predominantly out of T2 for domestic flights and T3 for ...
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