John F. Kennedy International Airport (new York)

JFK is the airport with the largest number of international passenger tickets in the United States, but it also runs domestic flights, mostly to the West coast. It is estimated to generate more than 30.1 billion dollars of economic activity and gives more than 207,000 jobs in the new York City metropolitan area. It has eight terminals and around it there are parking lots, hotels and a power plant. The terminals are connected by the AirTrain meter system and other access roads.