John F. Kennedy International Airport (ICAO: KJFK, IATA: JFK) in New York
John F. Kennedy International Airport (ICAO: KJFK, IATA: JFK), colloquially known as JFK is New York City's main international airport and a major North American hub.
The airport opened in 1948. It was known as Idlewild Airport but was renamed for the US president following his assassination in 1963.
It has two pairs of parallel runways:
As well as four helipads (H1 through H4).