Newark Liberty International Airport, Newark
Newark Liberty International Airport, Newark - Address, Phone Number
Address: 3 Brewster Rd, Newark, NJ 07114, USA
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
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About Newark Liberty International Airport, Newark
Newark Liberty International Airport is one of the best airports in the region. With its three terminals located around the Central Terminal Area, this airport boasts of a wide variety of resources to make your trip as easy and enjoyable as possible.Newark serves at least 50 carriers and claims to be the third-largest hub for United Airlines, following after Chicago–O'Hare and Houston–Intercontinental. The airport looks beautiful from inside as it is adorned with murals by Arshile Gorky.
Newark Liberty International Airport Ticket Prices
- Free entry
How To reach Newark Liberty International Airport by Public Transport
- By Light Rail station: Newark Terminal B
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I believe in giving credit where credit is due. My husband and I recently experienced our first plane trip. We flew from Newark to Arizona. When I booked our flights, I posted that I required special assistance as I am a hefty woman and have a disability. I have never been met with such kindness! We no more than walked into the airport that we were met immediately by an attendant with a wheelchair for me. He took us through the preliminary channels straight to our boarding gate. When we were ready to board, I was wheeled right to the plane entrance and I was the first to board. No, this was NOT a fluke! When we returned from our trip, I was given the same kindness and assistance as I got when we arrived for our trip out. I literally didn't put my feet on the floor until I was ready to walk into the plane. Thank you to everyone at Newark Airport and to our attendants. You were ALL wonderful and I appreciate your assistance and kindness.
The shops and restaurants quality/selection in Terminal A and B are absolutely terrible after security and open outlets are almost non-existent. Before security, it's a different story with many more and better places to choose from (but not sure what the point is if most will be waiting after security?). Unlike the other two, Terminal C is incredible. Definitely the best airport terminal I've ever experienced. Everything is in brand new, top-notch condition and a ton of great restaurants and shops and each table has its own iPad for the customer to use. It reminds me of Epcot with the variety of cultural restaurants. Also very easy to find an outlet for charging. This is the type of terminal I really wouldn't mind being stuck for a delayed flight or layover (I would actually enjoy it!) So even though Terminals A and B are horrendous one stars, Terminal C is extravagant enough to bring the overall airport rating to 4 stars... Just do all you can to avoid A and B.
I don’t see the problem with Newark. I fly out of this airport a couple times a year to visit family. If you fly united out of terminal C, it’s the best. The other terminals are old and outdated. However, the service is amazing!!!
The airport has undergone renovation and the environment is now much more enjoyable. Modern boutiques and good food was a nice experience for us. Ordering via iPads was a bonus. In general, we felt great and I would recommend using this airport for layovers.
Terminal C is the only one worth flying through, but they’ve done little to improve the experience despite an expensive overhaul. I’ve been through there multiple times throughout the year since 2005 on the old Belfast route and now to Dublin on United. I’ll eventually switch to PHL, but for now my miles keep me coming back. There are 3 spurs to Terminal C. International and US departures are randomly laid out. If you have time and want to avoid the crowds you can often find power and space to sit down at one of the other areas and have a predictable walking time to your gate. Food options in the the spurs with higher numbered gates are limited at the far ends.