TWA Flight Center
11:00 am - 3:30 pm
Eero Saarinen, 1962; Restoration, Beyer Blinder Belle, Ongoing

One of the most famous icons of mid-century modernism, the TWA Flight Center, beautifully restored over the last six years, is on the National Register of Historic Places.
If you are driving, park in the Yellow Lot near JetBlue Terminal (Terminaly 5). If you are taking public transportation, please note that there will be no AirTrain service between Federal Circle and the Central Terminal Area during the TWA Flight Center's open access times. The Port Authority will be running a free shuttle bus service between Federal Circle and all terminals. Click here to read more on the Port Authority's website.
Once inside the terminal, take the escalator or elevator down to the ground level. Near Carousel 6 (baggage claim area), enter the TWA Terminal through glass doors.

Sat - OpenDialogue with Jim Steven, Manager of JFK's Physical Plant and redevelopment of the Port Authority of New  York and New Jersey.
PLEASE NOTE: the TWA Flight Center is an Open Access site, and does not require reservations.