Imagine this, frustrated fliers: automated baggage screening, zippy security lines, clean bathrooms, top-notch dining - and food orders delivered to the gate as you wait for your plane to board.
Jet Blue's New Terminal Gallery
The 72-acre Terminal 5, which has yet to be completed, will boast nine high-end restaurants offering tapas, sushi, steak, Italian cuisine and American café-style food.
Jittery fliers who don't want to leave their gates can use touch-screen monitors to order meals for delivery.
JetBlue officials are hoping that the terminal, set to open Oct. 1, will attract more business.
Terminal 5 is connected by two vintage tubular walkways to the famous, Eero Saarinen-designed TWA terminal, which has sat vacant since 2001.
But when the new terminal opens, passengers won't be allowed into the old terminal, which has appeared in movies such as "Catch Me If You Can."
Unsuitable to handle modern jet aircraft, the TWA building may be turned into a museum by the Port Authority, according to JetBlue officials.