Expanded terminal 4 opens in New York at John F. Kennedy International Airport

Schiphol Group undertakes international activities not only with a view to consolidating the competitive position of the Mainport at the strategic, operational and financial level, but also to strengthen its organization and spread the commercial risks.

The international character of aviation is reflected by the many cross-border alliances, mergers and acquisitions that have occurred in recent years. Likewise, airports are increasingly joining forces to stimulate their continuous development within the international context in which they operate.

Schiphol Group applies strict criteria to the development of international activities and only undertakes them if they contribute to the position of the Schiphol Mainport and the associated investments.


JFKIAT LLC manages Terminal 4 at John F. Kennedy International Airport and is the first private, non-airline company to be selected by the Port Authority of NY & NJ to operate a terminal at JFK. Terminal 4 is one of the largest air terminals in the New York area, serving 30 international and domestic airlines with an annual passenger volume of nearly 11 million travelers in 2012. With a major expansion currently underway to make Terminal 4 the new home of Delta Air Lines at JFK Airport, the 1.5-million-square-foot Terminal 4 will increase in size to nearly two million square feet and accommodate 15 million passengers. JFKIAT LLC is owned by a joint venture including Schiphol USA Inc., a U.S. affiliate of Schiphol Group. For more information visit www.jfkiat.com.

Delta in New York

Delta Air Lines is New York City's largest and fastest-growing carrier, providing service to more destinations from New York State than any other airline. In addition to the enhancements at JFK, Delta is investing more than $160 million to expand and update Terminals C and D at LaGuardia. The unique Delta Shuttle product offers hourly service to Boston, Chicago (O'Hare) and Washington, D.C. Delta's three New York metropolitan-area airports carried 23.1 million domestic and international passengers in 2012, up from 20.8 million passengers in 2011. Delta and its nearly 9,000 New York-based employees are part of the fabric of the New York community.