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In recent years, Delta Air Lines has focused on expanding its share of the air travel market in the New York City metropolitan area, considered the most important aviation market for the millions of business travelers that move through the region each year. A pivotal step of Delta’s approach in New York included upgrading and expanding the facilities at its international terminal at John F. Kennedy International Airport, the airline’s biggest base in the region, to create a world-class New York hub for the world’s largest airline. By emphasizing its overall economic impact for the city including addition of jobs and benefits to travelers, ASA team members worked with key legislators, members of the Port Authority Board, and Kennedy International Airport to help Delta secure support and approval for the redevelopment from the Port Authority Board of New York and New Jersey.

In August 2010, the Port Authority Board approved a $1.2 billion construction plan that would renovate Terminal 4 and Terminal 2, while demolishing Terminal 3, allowing for an additional 16 gates, a 481,000 square foot expansion of Terminal 4, and 241,000 square feet of renovated space.

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