Terminal 7


Airlines that operate from JFK Airport Terminal 7 (gates 1-12)

Airlines Phone Numbers IATA Code
Aerolineas Argentinas (800) 333-0276 AR
Air Canada (888) 247-2262 AC
ANA (All Nippon) (800) 235-9262 NH
British Airways (800) 247-9297 BA
Cathay Pacific (800) 233-2742 CX
Iberia (800) 772-4642 IB
Icelandair (800) 223-5500 FI
OpenSkies (866) 581-3596 EC
Qantas (800) 227-4500 QF
Ukraine International Airlines (800) 876-0114 PS




As the previous poster, also trying to find out, if I am flying in to Terminal 7 at 17:00 and my connecting flight is leaving at Terminal 5, would it be enough time?
I am flying in from London, have to go through cutoms and so on, and flying traight out to Sydney...

90 minutes is very tight but possible to connect if your first flight is on time and immigration and customs isnt so busy. Make sure to ask about refund policy and call your airlines for that before you make that trip.

Hello, thank you in advance for any advice. Flying BWI to terminal eight domestically, then to Sydney from terminal seven. If all flights are on time I've a two hour and 36 minute layover. So the questions are: is that enough time to make the international flight? Will I have to claim and recheck checked luggage or is that done from my domestic starting point through to Sydney? Am I exposed to the elements in transit from eight to seven? I ask this last because I'd like to keep my winter coat here in the states but don't want to freeze at Kennedy. Thank you again, much appreciated.

Yes you have enough time.That is done from domestic point your bags may be tagged all the way to final destination. No you are not.

I'll be arriving on a friday at 9:20 am on ANA (Tokyo) and have connecting flight in terminal 5 Jet blue at 11:09 am. Is there enough time?



I'm flying in from Tokyo (originally from BKK) to JFK on a Thursday in June at 10:45 am. Would I have enough time to pick up my luggage, get through customs, and get driven (I have a ride with family) to LGA for a 2:35 domestic flight from LGA to Minneapolis? It's a 4 hour layover, which seems like enough time, but I'm not sure what Terminal 7 customs tends to look like in the morning. Thanks for the advice!

4 hours should be enough for you to go to LGA.

I will arrive JFK terminal 3 from ALT on 11:52 by Delta on Jan 21. My next connecting flight is 13:55 by CX from JFK to HKG on Terminal 7. I will have big checked baggage from ALT.

Can my baggage be checked through at ALT?

Do I have enough time?

As long as your flights are all with CX, you should be able to check them all the way through to HKG from there.

Not sure why you would want to trouble yourself but you probably do not have the time to grab your luggage from a carousel during your transfer through JFK between ALT and HKG. Think of this, your flight from ATL may be late and you would be scrambling to get big bags re-checked in NYC. No fun.

If I arrive Terminal 4 at 5:29pm from SFO, what's the earliest appointment I should schedule at the Global Entry Enrollment System office in T7? Available appointment times are 6pm, 6:20pm, 6:40pm, 7pm, 7:20pm, 7:40pm. Thank you

received an excellent service, worthy of admiration and recognition. I'm away but I would like to contact Salomon manager (gate 7) and thank him by phone or email.

Excuse my english! Espero este bien traducido.


Norma Garcia
e-mail: [email protected]


My daughter is flying to Ireland on British Airways flight 0116 on Monday 1/16/12 at 8:35pm. She will be arriving at JFK from Syracuse on Delta flight 3763 at 7:04pm. Will she have enough time to get from 3 to 7, clear any security and make her 8:35 flight?

Thanks for your help.

Hi Otterguy. I believe BA116 flies into London-Heathrow. She will have to hurry because you never know if the flight gets in later. If it arrives on time, she will take the AirTrain to Terminal 7, and the check bags, clear security etc. Glad I could Help!

She should have plenty of time provided she's carrying one. The airtran runs between terminals and is really pretty simple to navigate


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