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  1. Mark Blacknell
    Mark Blacknell at |

    @e_russell Is that going to be enough to fix the place? It’s an embarrassment.

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  2. Keith Murray
    Keith Murray at |

    Part of that sounds like it was written on Madison Avenue rather than in London 🙁

    “Immersive” retail operations?

    What’s that? Bobbing for apples you buy?

    I hope the customers don’t try to use the new power ports before fully drying themselves off from their immersion.

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  3. David Conklin
    David Conklin at |

    The lounges definitely need some help at JFK

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  4. henry LAX
    henry LAX at |

    The problem(s) with T7 are the low ceilings and narrow walkways – from the drawings it seems that neither will be solved. So it’s really $65mm to apply lipstick on a pig.

    (speaking as someone who traverses T7 at least 3-4 times a year)

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  5. Ken
    Ken at |

    The 20 flights a day probably include Open Sky flights to Paris and possibly Iberia flights as well I’m guessing.

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  6. Golfingboy
    Golfingboy at |

    Not impressed at all. Maybe I am overly picky but I don’t see how this is going to significantly improve the experience aside from the lounges.

    Open and airy terminals are the way to go – T7 cannot be saved in this regard.

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  7. iflyplaces
    iflyplaces at |

    Not sure if I missed it but any mention of improved premium security checkpoint? That line gets pretty long sometimes

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  8. Steven Sullivan
    Steven Sullivan at |

    That terminal needs all the help it can get.

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  9. airman
    airman at |

    Hi Seth – the 20 flights per day refers to BA, Open Skies, Iberia and other customer airlines at T7 such as ANA, Icelandair, Qantas, Ukraine International, Interjet and more.

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  10. George
    George at |

    The 20 flights per day refers to flights between London and New York as markets, not airports, so it includes BA flights to JFK and Newark.

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