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What You Need to Know When Traveling To/From Newark Airport (EWR)

Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) is the nation’s oldest airfield and home to the nation’s first commercial airline terminal. The airport is located 14 miles from Manhattan, residing partly in partly in Newark and partly in Elizabeth, NJ.

Newark International Airport Terminals

Newark Airport has 3 major terminals: A, B and C.

  • Terminal A consists of 27 gates, branching out into 3 circular buildings, and a newly-added Welcome Center.
  • Terminal B is a three-level facility with updated passenger and baggage screening systems, baggage claim hall, departure areas and ticket counters. There are 15 international arrivals gates, passenger lounges, concessions and a newly-added Welcome Center.
  • Terminal C is a three-level terminal with 59 gates, U.S. customs facilities and an extensive number of shops and concessions, as well as a newly-added Welcome Center.

A complete airport map is available at the web site for Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR).

Newark International – Airlines

More than 30 airlines operate out of Newark. Contact information and details for the various airlines available from Newark can be found here: Newark airlines

Important information to know before you travel to/from Newark Airport

To save time at security checkpoints, make sure to be prepared by reviewing the airport’s security measures before you travel. Here are some of the considerations to keep in mind:

  • Newark Airport TransportationPack luggage in layers (to increase visibility of scanned baggage)
  • Have your ID and boarding pass readily available, as well as Visa/passport if applicable
  • Remove outer garments, (jackets, hats, etc) and shoes
  • Empty your pockets of keys, coins and other loose metal objects and place them in your carry-on, so everything may be scanned at once.
  • Only one carry-on bag and one personal item is permitted per person
  • Place as many items as possible in checked baggage; carry-ons should contain only those items needed immediately.
  • If carrying medications, be sure to keep them in their original packaging, and bring accompanying prescription cards.
  • Arrive early to allow for time to proceed through security checkpoints, particularly during high-travel seasons.

What items are allowed or prohibited on flights?

Liquids, aerosols and gels for carry-ons: permitted in limited quantities, (one bag allowed in order to limit total volume.) Place these items into one bag and X-ray them separately from the carry-on bag for faster security checking. Non-essential liquids should be placed in checked luggage.

EWR Airport posts the following parameters for these items: 3.4 ounce (100ml) bottle or less (by volume); 1 quart-sized, clear plastic, zip-top bag; 1 bag per passenger placed in screening bin. One-quart bag per person limits the total liquid volume each traveler can bring. 3.4 ounce (100ml) container size is a security measure. Medications, baby formula/food and breast milk are allowed in reasonable quantities exceeding 3.4 ounces and are not required to be in the zip-top bag.

Lithium Batteries: Loose (spare) Lithium batters are not permitted in checked baggage, (only those batteries properly inserted into portable devices.) Certain types of Lithium batteries are permitted in carry-on luggage, such as those used in cell phones or laptops, provided that steps have been taken to cover battery terminals.

Other items regulated by security procedures and limits include:

  • Sharp Objects
  • Sporting Goods
  • Firearms
  • Tools
  • Martial Arts Items
  • Explosive & Flammable Materials
  • Candles
  • Aerosols
  • Snow Globes

A complete, comprehensive list of allowed versus prohibited items can be found on the Newark Liberty Airport Website traveler information page. They even offer a convenient “what can I bring when I fly?” iPhone and mobile app to get the rules for any item you may want to bring on a plane.

Newark International Airport Transportation

Traffic in and around Newark Airport can be quite congested, particularly during rush hour times and on weekends. If the frustration of navigating busy thoroughfares, (in addition to airport check-in and boarding), sounds less than inviting to you, consider hiring a round-trip car service to take some of the pressure off your travel experience. Not only do hired drivers have a great deal of experience and familiarity with area roadways and travel routes, airport transportation services have become surprisingly affordable in recent years — definitely worth looking into!

Request a Quote

The airport information should give you a head start on preparations for a more pleasurable travel experience. If you have additional questions, you can get all the answers you need by calling Newark Liberty Airport directly for assistance: (973) 961-6000. Happy Flying!

What You Need to Know When Traveling To/From Newark Airport (EWR)

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