Delta Air Lines must overhaul its aging terminal at New York John F. Kennedy International Airport if it hopes to attract more international business passengers, a company executive said. "Customers equate that to a Third World country, and I think they're right," said Treasurer Paul Jacobson of Terminal 3, which was built in the 1960s. A Delta spokeswoman says the company is examining its options, including razing the current terminal to build from scratch.

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