As I understand it: there were8 terminals at JFK of which two are demolished. To move from the 'sterile' area of one terminal to any other terminal, passengers must
- exit the sterile area,
- take the air train or a shuttle bus,
- and be rescreened by the security.
This would imply that each terminal has at least one (or more) TSA screening entry nodes per terminal. Is there a good resource that enumerates the number of screening entry nodes for terminals 2,4,5,&8? Bonus for any other Terminals.
JFK Terminal map of Terminal 5 does not explicitly call out the screening point. UPDATE: the legend in other terminal maps provide the symbol for security.
I would like to understand the answer to the question so as to get a sense of what it would take to transit from one sterile area of the terminal to the other. The more entry nodes could confer greater speed. If you have experience transiting through these terminal entry nodes, please state this in the response