FILE - This May 29, 1962 file photo shows a curved ceiling and glass walls of the newly built Trans World Airway's terminal buiding at New York's Idlewild Airport. Today, the historic terminal, which was once on the National Trust for Historic Preservation list of endangered sites has been restored and serves as an entryway to the new JetBlue Terminal. Preservationists are continuing to work with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and JetBlue to sensitively reuse the terminal. (AP Photo, File)

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FILE - This May 29, 1962 file photo shows a curved ceiling and glass walls of the newly built Trans World Airway's terminal buiding at New York's Idlewild Airport.  Today, the historic terminal, which was once on the National Trust for Historic Preservation list of endangered sites has been restored and serves as an entryway to the new JetBlue Terminal. Preservationists are continuing to work with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and JetBlue to sensitively reuse the terminal. (AP Photo, File)
FILE - This May 29, 1962 file photo shows a curved ceiling and glass walls of the newly built Trans World Airway's terminal buiding at New York's Idlewild Airport. Today, the historic terminal, which was once on the National Trust for Historic Preservation list of endangered sites has been restored and serves as an entryway to the new JetBlue Terminal. Preservationists are continuing to work with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and JetBlue to sensitively reuse the terminal. (AP Photo, File)
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