JFK Airport NTO retains Korean Air in strategic partnership

Korean Air
Awaiting passengers at Terminal One

The New Terminal One (NTO)– a consortium of labor, operating and financial partners building the new world-class terminal at John F. Kennedy International Airport announced a new strategic partnership with Korean Air. The Skytrax five-star airline currently offers premium services with two daily direct flights between Seoul and New York. This partnership enables Korean Air to provide its passengers with a transformed premium in-terminal experience to match its award-winning in-flight service. Korean Air currently operates at the existing Terminal 1 and will have a seamless transition to the New Terminal One once the terminal is complete and operational. The airline joins Air France-KLM, Etihad Airways and LOT Polish Airlines, in the new terminal currently under construction.
Korean is currently one of the original TOGA consortium when the terminal was built 20 years ago as well as Air France. They will no longer be the operating partners but valued airlines in the New Terminal One (NTO).