Groundbreaking: December 15, 2016

Estimated completion: 2019

TWA Hotel is a hotel under construction at John F. Kennedy International Airport in Queens, New York, United States. It utilizes the headhouse of the TWA Flight Center airline terminal, designed in 1962 by the architect Eero Saarinen, restoring and reimagining it as a first-class hotel. The TWA Hotel project will add two buildings on either side of the existing headhouse.

  • 512 ultra-quiet guestrooms with exhilarating views of JFK’s runways and the iconic TWA Flight Center
  • 50,000 square feet of meeting and event space that can host up to 1,600 people
  • 6 restaurants and 8 bars
  • 10,000-square-foot rooftop observation deck with pool
  • State of the art 10,000-square-foot fitness facility with yoga, spinning and other amenities
  • Museum devoted to the Jet Age, TWA and the midcentury modern design movement
  • Classic Solari split-flap message board with authentic original mechanical operation manufactured in Udine, Italy
  • Flight tubes to JetBlue Terminal 5 made famous by the 2002 film Catch Me If You Can
  • 200,000-square-foot heart of the hotel with retail outlets, restaurants and bars
  • AirTrain to JFK terminals
  • 4,000 parking spaces
  • Union-built and union-operated
  • The only on-airport, AirTrain-accessible hotel at JFK
  • LEED certified
  • Connected to JFK's Terminal 5 via Saarinen’s iconic flight tubes