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New York City’s John F. Kennedy International Airport, one of the 10 busiest airports in the United States will soon have an infinity pool with views of planes taking off and landing on the busy runways.

The newly planned infinity pool will be located on the roof of the TWA hotel, which is housed in the landmark building designed by Eero Saarinen that is located next to Terminal 5. The infinity pool will be set in a 10,000 square foot obervation deck, the pool will be 63 feet long and will be open year round. The pool will be heated to 100 degrees so that guests can enjoy it even during New York’s coldest winter months. Not only will the pool be relaxing but the views will get you up on your feet with the view of Runway 4 left/22 right, which is 12,079 feet long. Major airlines like American, Jet Blue, Lufthansa, and Delta regularly land and take off on this runway. The deck can hold up to 300 people and food and beverages will be served.

Guests staying at the hotel will enjoy free access to the pool during their stay and non hotel guests can make a reservation to use the pool with no fee according to the TWA Hotel.

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