The JFK Airtrain is an 8.1-mile-long elevated people mover system and airport rail link serving John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK Airport) in New York City. The driverless system operates 24/7 and consists of three lines and ten stations within the New York City borough of Queens. It connects the airport’s terminals with the New York City Subway in the Howard Beach neighborhood of Queens, and with the Long Island Rail Road and subway in the Jamaica neighborhood. Trains on the JFK Airtrain are fully automated, with large passenger-accesbile front windows. Here is a front-facing view of the loop line, which serves all airline terminals. The footage has been stitched together in to a 7 hour long video for folks who like to have something like this displayed on TVs as “slow TV”. Enjoy!
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Clips taken by Mekhi Central and used with permission.
Taken in January 2020.