Condor has moved its operations at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) from Terminal One (T1) to its new home in Terminal Seven (T7) effective as of January 5, 2023.
Condor will join its partner carrier, Alaska Airlines, in T7. Condor will also be in closer proximity to its other U.S. airline partner, JetBlue and it’s new Terminal Six (T6), when it opens in 2025.
Condor offers seamless connectivity with both Alaska and JetBlue flights to its nonstop service from JFK to its Frankfurt hub with onward connections throughout Europe and beyond. Condor is also a participant in Alaska’s Mileage Plan. Condor currently serves JFK with non-stop flights to Frankfurt four times a week (Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday), and starting in May will offer daily service.
As part of the recently announced $4.2 billion, five-year JFK development project, JFK Millennium Partners (JMP) has assumed management of Terminal 7. JMP has embarked on a refurbishment program of the terminal including upgrades to guest seating areas as well as a new children’s play area. More comfortable and spacious gate areas will be a welcome addition for Condor guests as the airline starts flying its new A330neo aircraft to JFK later this year. An updated business class lounge, “Lounge @T7” will also be part of the new offerings. Condor will offer complimentary access to the Lounge @ T7 to its business class passengers. Condor will welcome its JFK guests in an expanded check-in area in Zone E of T7 with separate check-in desks for business, premium and economy classes. The terminal will also feature new directional signage to make it easier for passengers to navigate the facility.
Top Copyright Photo: Condor Flugdienst Airbus A330-941 D-ANRA (msn 1966) (Condor Island) FRA (Bernhard Ross). Image: 959797.
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