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Name: John F. Kennedy International Airport, Terminal 7
Terminal 7 was designed by GMW Architects and built for BOAC and Air Canada in 1970. Formerly, the terminal was operated by British Airways, and was also the only airport terminal operated on US soil by a foreign carrier. However, Terminal 1 is operated by a consortium of foreign carriers serving the building.
Airlines operating out of Terminal 7 include Oneworld carrier Alaska Airlines, Star Alliance carriers All Nippon Airways and LOT Polish Airlines; SkyTeam carrier Aerolíneas Argentinas; and non-alliance carriers Condor, Icelandair, Kuwait Airways, and Ukraine International Airlines.
Between 1989 and 1991, the terminal was renovated and expanded for $120 million. The expansion was designed by William Nicholas Bodouva + Associates, Architects. In 1997, the Port Authority approved British Airways' plans to renovate and expand the terminal. The $250 million project was designed by Corgan Associates and was completed in 2003. The renovated terminal has 12 gates.
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