If you’re looking for a relaxing place to wait for your flight, the lounge at JFK Terminal 1 is a great option. With comfortable seating, free Wi-Fi, and plenty of outlets to charge your devices, you’ll be able to relax and prepare for your flight in peace. The lounge also offers a variety of snacks and drinks for purchase, so you can refuel before your journey.
About terminal 1
Terminal 1 has the most restaurants of any terminal at JFK before Security, with around 17 food and drink options including a bistro, wine bar, burger chain, and cafés. Between Gates 1 and 3, the Idlewild Wine Bar offers samples of unique Hudson Valley wines. Coffee enthusiasts should note that most coffee shops are located before Security.
Lounges at JFK Terminal 1:
The following are the lounges at JFK’s Terminal 1
- Air France/KLM Lounge
- Casa Alitalia New York
- KAL Lounge
- Lufthansa Business Class Lounge
- Lufthansa Senator Lounge
- Primeclass Lounge
Air France/KLM Lounge at Terminal 1 in JFK
- Location: Terminal 1, near gate 1
- Opening Hours: Daily from 6 a.m. to 1 a.m.
The Air France/KLM Lounge at Terminal 1 in JFK offers a wide range of services, including a bar with soft and alcoholic beverages, hot and cold meal counters, a beauty treatment center, Wi-Fi, and business services. The lounge is located near gate 1 in Terminal 1, and it opens daily from 6 a.m. to 1 a.m., including free use of digital tablets available throughout the lounge. The bar serves Champagne, and passengers can choose between hot or cold meals at the counter throughout the day until 11 p.m.
Casa Alitalia New York
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You can also find more info on each of the lounges above in our general guide on all lounges at JFK
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