Newark Airport Guide to Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR)

Newark Airport Terminals

Newark airport (EWR) has three terminals: A, B and C. They are distributed in a semi-circle layout.

Each terminal has three concourses and Terminal A and B building have four levels.


Transfer between terminals

The AirTrain, a free automated mover, at Newark Airport let passengers transfer every 3 minutes on peak times from any of the three airport terminals (TA, TB and TC) to P2, P3 and P4 parking lots, to Newark Liberty Airport Station, where you can connect to trains and subways in New York City and New Jersey, to the car rental facilities and to the hotel shuttles stops.

Transferring times: Terminal C (7 minutes), Terminal B (2 minutes) and Terminal A (2 minutes). Opening hours: 24/7. 

Alternatively, a shuttle service connects Terminal A with Terminal C. You can board it close to gate A28 at Terminal A and close to gate C71 at Terminal C.



See below further information about the terminals:


Terminal A (Domestic Terminal)

Newark Airport Terminal A is a domestic terminal, since it does only hosts domestic and regional flights. It is also home of Concourses A1, A2 and A3 and is distributed into four levels. As well as Terminal C, it is owned and managed by United.

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Terminal B (Domestic & International Terminal)

Newark Airport Terminal B hosts both domestic and international flights. Is the sole airport terminal managed by the Port Authority, even Concourse B1 is owned and managed by Delta Air Lines carrier. Distributed into four levels, is home of Concourses B1, B2 and B3.

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Terminal C (United Terminal)

Newark Airport Terminal C is exclusively used by United Airlines carrier. It is home of Concourses C1, C2 and C3, also distributed into five levels. Terminal C offers to passengers an exclusive foodie experience.

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