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More shops open at JFK’s Terminal 4

By Juan Soto

With more than 60,000 travelers passing through each day in the summer season, John F. Kennedy International Airport’s Terminal 4 has just undergone a face-lift.

The facility is now home to world-renowned retail stores and a bunch of new restaurants.

Terminal 4 serves 30 international and domestic airlines, including Delta. The annual passenger volume for 2014 is expected to reach the 17 million mark.

“As the premier international terminal at JFK,” said Gert-Jan de Graaff, president of JFKIAT, a private company that operates Terminal 4, “we are thrilled to offer this mix of world-renowned brands to our airlines and their passengers.”

Passengers can shop at places like Hugo Boss and Michael Kors before boarding, or grab a bite at Shake Shack and The Palm Bar & Grille.

Terminal 4 increased its size by more than a third, and it is now approximately 2 million square feet.

Reach reporter Juan Soto by e-mail at jsoto@cnglocal.com or by phone at 718-260-4564.

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