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Table 12.I.A

New York City (NYC)
John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) - Statistics
2003-2014

 
     
  Year Aircraft
Movements
Passengers Air Cargo
(tons)
Air Mail
(tons)
 
 
2014
422,415
53,254,533
1,343,683
89,162
 
 
2013
406,127
50,450,358
1,321,036
102,792
 
 
2012
401,728
49,274,176
1,319,227
93,671
 
 
2011
408,738
47,644,597
1,382,949
99,451
 
 
2010
396,970
46,520,886
1,393,796
102,619
 
 
2009
415,286
45,877,942
1,161,914
105,722
 
 
2008
438,391
47,803,116
1,474,820
126,193
 
 
2007
443,754
47,717,816
1,657,358
115,223
 
 
2006
378,427
42,628,882
1,706,387
99,869
 
 
2005
349,950
40,891,965
1,720,926
79,919
 
 
2004
320,086
37,575,457
1,793,448
88,738
 
 
2003
280,318
31,736,491
1,740,043
84,757
 
     
 

John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK)

 
 
  • Operated by: The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, under a lease with the City of New York since June 1, 1947.
  • Location: JFK is located in the southeastern section of Queens County, New York City, on Jamaica Bay, fifteen miles by highway from midtown Manhattan.
  • Size: The airport consists of 4,930 acres, including 880 acres in the Central Terminal Area.
  • Central Terminal Area: JFK has nine airlines terminals and about 175 aircraft gate positions serving the terminals.
  • Approximately 125 domestic and international carriers serve JFK.
  • Employment and Economic Impact: JFK contributes about $30.1 billion in wages and salaries. About 35,000 people are employed at the airport.
  • AirTrain JFK: This high-speed, light-rail service links the airport to New York City and beyond. Opened in December 2003, AirTrain connects to the Long Island Railroad and the New York City subway. On airport, AirTrain provides free connections between terminals, rental car facilities, hotel shuttle areas, and parking lots.
  • Cargo: JFK is one of the world’s leading international air cargo centers. The airport has more than one million square feet of office and warehouse space dedicated to broker, freight forwarder and container freight station operators who do business within the NY/NJ region.
 
     
     
 

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Source:
The Port Authority of NY-NJ, Airport Traffic Report

 
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