Terminal 5


Terminal 5(formerly TWA Terminal)

Terminal 5 is sculpted as a symbol of flight, designed by Eero Saarinen in 1962.

Airlines that operate from JFK Airport Terminal 5 (gates 19-30)

Airlines Phone Numbers IATA Code
Aer Lingus (800) 474-7424 EI
Hawaiian Airlines (800) 367-5320 HA


- All Departures

- International Arrivals (5:00 AM - 10:30 PM)

(800) 538-2583 B6



Take any train on track 2 from T4 to T5.Takes like 30 seconds.


How much time should I allow between parking in the long term lot to get to Jet Blue Terminal #5?

About 10 minutes.

Hi there im supposed to land early morning on 30th of august at terminal one will the airport b open for international flights by then....secondly how do i go to terminal 5 from there

Take any train on track 2 terminal loop from terminal 1 to terminal 5. On Tuesday the airport should be open for passengers.

HI I want to know how to get from terminal 5 to 4 to get to caribbean airlines

Take any train on track 2 (JFK terminal loop train) and take it to terminal 4. It takes about one minute.

Hi, it says JFK is closed today.

I have a flight for 9Pm tonight, do you think it will be open later by that time??

Thanks a bunch.

Absolutely yes. The shutdown is only temporary.

I am flying tomorrow at 8:30 am is there any foods places open at that time.I should arrive there around 7

Yes they should be open.

Me and husband will be picking up our 10 & 13 year of age kids at JFK on 8/19/11 on flight 820. They wer in vacation from 6/26/11 until 8/19/11. We drop them off in June.
Do we still need notarized letter for them to passed Immigration and custom at JFK, since both parents will be pick them up at JFK..
Please reply or nayone da have gone thru this situation..

To be on a safe side I would have that letter handy just in case.

Thanks JFK specialist for the info.

If I arrive in Terminal 5, do I need to take any train/tram to get to the 'curb' or do I just follow the ground transportation/baggage claim signs to get curbside?


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