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    I know this, and it is a mistake. And I know it isn't going to get corrected.

    Quote Originally Posted by LemSkroob View Post
    There is one barrier to that idea. Unlike most airports, where the airport owns and operates all the terminals, at JFK, the port authority allows the airlines to fully own, build, and operate the terminals as they see fit, i think for the first 20 years after a buildout.

    If you then go and merge everyone into one landside building, that means all the major airlines will have to come to an agreement (JB, Delta, United, BA, AF, etc), which is harder to do than just having the airport agency say "we're going to do this like this now"

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    Poop. Too bad 'Mad Men' didn't film an episode in there.

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