Delta Airlines celebrates the opening of 'T4X'

Cristen Barker and Nigel Barker - Delta Airlines celebrates the opening of 'T4X', a new pop-up space previewing it's newly transformed JFK Terminal 4, with a star-studded reception. - New York, NY, United States - Wednesday 1st May 2013 (5 Pictures)


Cristen Barker and Nigel Barker 1

Cristen Barker and Nigel Barker
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Gail Grimmett (senior Vice President For Delta Air Lines) 2

Gail Grimmett (senior Vice President For Delta Air Lines)
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Daniel Koch and Derek Koch 3

Daniel Koch and Derek Koch
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Andy Cohen 4

Andy Cohen
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Justin Tuck 5

Justin Tuck
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