New travel plaza to be unveiled at JFK International Airport

Airport Plazas is set to open its new travel plaza at John F Kennedy (JFK) International Airport, which provides access to food, fuel and other options to travellers, airport employees, and visitors, without the need for them to step inside the terminal.


The JFK Travel Plaza, which was established on 5.75 acres of re-developed land, can be accessed from the Belt Parkway, JFK Expressway and other airport entrances.


It features restaurant chains such as Wendy's, 7-Eleven, Qdoba Mexican Grill and Max's Pizza.

 

It has a Sunoco gas station complete with hi-speed diesel fueling facilities as well as a state of the art car wash.


The plaza offers E85, compressed natural gas (CNG) and Tesla Superchargers, making it the first of its kind in the country. It also has the only public truck parking facility in New York City.


Other amenities present at the plaza include auto repair, bank, as well as Wifi and flight information display screens (FIDS).


Airport Plazas president and CEO George Abi Zeid said: "Customers have access to great parking, food options, free Wi-Fi and other amenities such as a 24/7 dry cleaning pick-up and drop off service and flight information screens."


JFK International Airport in New York, US, is owned by the City of New York and operated by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey under a long-term operating lease.


Airport Plazas constructs and operates travel plaza facilities at airport locations throughout the US.