Have horse, will travel: New animal terminal to be built at JFK Airport

‘Ark at JFK’ will generate $138 million in rent for Port Authority over 20-year lease

Horses, dogs and other traveling animals will get their own $48 million terminal next year at John F. Kennedy International airport
Horses, dogs and other traveling animals will get their own $48 million terminal next year at John F. Kennedy International airport

From the August issue: Many travelers think Kennedy Airport has already gone to the dogs. But it won’t be until next summer that the airport has the world’s first animal terminal.

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The facility will allow owners to board, quarantine and import or export animals big and small. [more]