JFK Airport Terminal 1


Airlines that operate from JFK Airport Terminal 1 (gates 1-11)


Airlines Phone Number(s) IATA code
Aero Mexico (800) 237-6639 AM
Aeroflot (888) 340-6400 SU
Air China (800) 982-8802 CA
Air France (800) 237-2747 AF
Alitalia (800) 223-5730 AZ
Austrian Airlines (800) 843-0002 OS
Azerbaijan (718) 645-8578 J2
Brussels Airlines (516) 622-2248 SN
Cayman Airways (800) 422-9626 KX
China Eastern (866) 588-0825 MU
EVA Airways (800) 695-1188 BR
Fly Jamaica Airways (855) 435-9526 OJ
Interjet (866) 285-9525 4O
Japan Airlines (800) 525-3663 JL
Korean Air (800) 438-5000 KE
LOT (212) 852-0240 LO
Lufthansa (800) 645-3880 LH
Meridiana (866) 387-6359 IG
Norwegian Air (800) 357-4159 DY
Philippine Airlines (800) 435-9725 PR
Royal Air Maroc (800) 344-6726 AT
Saudi Arabian Airlines (800) 472-8342 ; (718) 551-3020 SV
TAME (718) 285-9402 EQ
Turkish (800) 874-8875 TK



Call Russian authorities please.

My friend, a citizen of Thailand, will travel from Thailand to JFK and arrive Saturday, March 17 on Korean Air KE081, expected at 11:00am.
He will need to get to Terminal 5, to take Jet Blue flight #1010 to Boston at 2:20pm.
He speaks little English, and I have not been to JFK in years, so I have two questions:
1. Assuming he lands on time, will 3 hours & 20 minutes be enough time to clear Customs, collect his bags, clear U.S. Immigration, and get to Terminal 5?
2. Will it be easy for him to identify the correct shuttle to take him from Terminal 1 to Terminal 5? Do you have any specific instructions I could pass along to him?

1. Yes he has plenty of time to clear both immigration and customs.
2. Yes it is a piece of cake to find a correct shuttle. Watch monitor boards with signs that show which terminals air train will pass through. Tell him to take an air train on track 2 it is all terminals air train from T1 to T5.

This is very helpful, thank you!

You got it!

I left a carry-on bag at terminal 1 prior to boarding a China Eastern Airlines flight (MU 588) on March 7th 2012. I only noticed as we were boarding the plane and told the checkin staff that it was missing. A staff member called "Sam" took my email and phone number and promised to contact me. So far I haven't received any response. As soon as I got to Shanghai I went to their China Eastern Airlines counter and put in a lost baggage claim which they faxed through to JFK. I have tried to call the JFK lost and found number (866) 588-0825 but no one answers. What should I try next? This bag is very important to me as it has my wedding jewelery. Any help would be appreciated!

Try to post this message on LOST AND FOUND part of this website for better service.

We will be arriving at JFK T1 on AF006 on sunday march 8th. Arrival is scheduled at 4.35 pm with a connecting flight out of T3 at 6.55 pm with delta ( DL1571 )to Miami.
Is this a tight schedule or should it be OK, and can we already drop our luggage back of at T1 ?

You have enough time for this connection.

I am flying into JFK March 24 China Airlines 20 at 13:00, terminal 1 and have to make a connection to AA 4442 15:05, terminal 8. I know I need to collect my bags, go through customs, and recheck them. I also need to print my boarding pass for AA flight.

1)Is there an American Airline counter in terminal 1?
2)If not, is there a "transit counter" to recheck my bags?
3)If not, I suppose I have to recheck my bags at terminal 8?

Thank you


I need the real time departure flight TAM8083, today, from JFK to SAO (São Paulo - Brasil).

Maria de Lourdes

Go to and google JFK AIrport arriving and departing flights to see your gate number and departure time.

I am flying into JFK March 1 Delta 30 at 14:49, terminal 3 and have to make a connection to TK 2 at 16:45, terminal 1. Will I need to collect my bags and recheck them at terminal 1 or will the bags be transferred automatically? Is this enough time?

You got enough time and yes you need to collect your luggage and check it through Customs if your first flight is international.


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