If you’re one of the many travelers without access to coveted first-class airport lounges, you now have a whole host of other species to be jealous of. New York’s John F. Kennedy airport is adding a luxury terminal to host the 70, 000 jet-setting animals that travel through its gates every year—from pets to livestock, and even the occasional penguin, aardvark and sloth in between.
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The ARK terminal—yes, as in Noah’s Ark—will be a $48 million, 178, 000-square-foot shelter and quarantine facility and the world’s first airport terminal for animals… Continue reading
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