Newark Airport Terminal C

Terminal C is the United terminal of Newark airport, which only hosts flights of this carrier. Even this fact, some flights of united or united express are operated from Terminal A and Terminal B as well.

The renovation project which undertook Terminal C in the previous years added several improvements regarding structure, amenities and more than 55 new restaurants owned by OTG, due to a partnership with United, which grants to passengers a non-forgettable foodie experience you should definitely try!

 

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.

 

Levels

As Terminal A and Terminal B, Newark Airport Terminal B consist of four level as you can see below:

  • First level: Arrivals level plus baggage claim area. Other services available: information, taxi and bus counters, as well as a bus stop outside the terminal.
  • Second level: International Ticketing and Economy class, Premier Access and Business First check-in, and other global services. Services available: Secure
  • Mezzanine level:  It is a level location between level 2 and 3, where there is the Airlines Club plus US immigration counter and currency exchange services.
  • Third level: Domestic Ticketing and Economy class and Group check-in, among other special services. From this level, you can connect to C1, C2 and C3 gates, and to the AirTrain Station.
  • Gate level: Hosts C1, C2 and C3 concourses gate areas. Several services available, including amenities such as food, drink and retail concessions. It is located near the Short-Term parking and the Economy Long-Term Parking.

 

Concourses

As well as the other two terminals, Terminal C is divided in three Concourses: C1, C2 and C3, as described below:

  • Concourse C1: it has gates from C70 to C75, from C80 to C88 and from C90 to C99.
  • Concourse C2: it has gates C101A, C102A, C103A-B, C104A-B, C106A, C107A-B, C108A-B, C109A, C110A-B, C111A, C112A-B, C113A-B, C114A-B and C115A-B.
  • Concourse C3: from C120 to C128 and from C130 to C139. Terminal C has 68 gates, the numbered gates end with gate C139.

 

Airlines

United is the only airline that use the terminal (and its short haul carrier United Express) and Terminal C it is operated by this airline.

 

Services

See attached the services and facilities provided at the terminal C

 

Airport lounges

Newark Airport Terminal C is equipped with the following lounges:

  • United Club: Location: Airside, Concourse C1, across Gate 74.
  • United Club: Location: Airside, Concourse C2 / C3, close to Gates 102 and 120.
United Polaris Lounge: To be opened along 2018. I will be an exclusive service only for Business Passengers