Newark Liberty International Airport, Building One, Newark, NJ 07114
The new Terminal One building is to replace Terminal A by 2022. Terminal One will also have a parking garage. The Air Train system at Newark Airport is to be replaced by a new system by 2026 .
Switch of the Travelers Aid -Hilfsdienstes are located in the terminals A and B (Tel: (973) 623 50 52). Multi-lingual airport information service employees can be recognized by their red jacket and help travelers in all terminals.
Coming from the north:
Via I-87 NY, exit 15; heading south via NJ 17 to US 46; eastbound via US 46 to the New Jersey Turnpike (Highway 95) southbound, exit 14 or 13A; then follow signs to Newark Liberty Airport.
Coming from I-95 New England Thruway: Head south on New England Thruway to I-95-Cross Bronx Expressway; west to the George Washington Bridge; then over the NJ turnpike in the direction indicated above.
Coming from I-84 / I-684: Southbound via I-684 to I-287 to I-87-NY Thruway southbound to Thruway-Major Deegan Expressway; west to the George Washington Bridge; then over the NJ turnpike in the direction indicated above.
Coming from the east:
Head west on Long Island Expressway (I-495) to I-278 / BQE; south on the BQE to Verrazano Bridge; continue west on I-278 to Goethals Bridge; over the bridge, over the New Jersey Turnpike north to exit 13A or 14; then follow signs to Newark Liberty Airport.
Coming from the South:
North on the New Jersey Turnpike to Exit 13A or 14. Then follow signs to Newark Liberty Airport.
Coming from the west:
Via I-78: In an easterly direction on I-78 to exit 57; then follow signs to Newark Liberty Airport.
Via I-80 / I-280: Head east on I-80 to I-280; then east on I-280 to the New Jersey Turnpike; south on the Turnpike to Exit 14 or 13A; then follow signs to Newark Liberty Airport.
Via US Route 22: Head east on US 22 to US 1 & 9 north. Then follow the signs to Newark Liberty Airport.
Transfer between the terminals:
The free AirTrain shuttle train runs around the clock every 3-4 minutes between the terminals and the parking lots P1, P3 and P4. Taxis are also available.
Frankfurt – Newark: 9 hours, Vienna – Newark: 12 hours (including stopovers), Zurich – Newark: 9 hours 30 minutes
IATA airport code: EEA
Address: Newark Liberty International Airport, Building One, Newark, NJ 07114
Location: 3 miles south of Newark, 26 miles southwest of New York .
Number of terminals: 3rd
Phone: (973) 961 60 00.
Time zone: Eastern Standard Time: CET -6 (CET -5 from March 8th to November 1st 2020)
Information about all public transport is available at the counters at all baggage claim areas, in the arrival areas of the terminals and on the airport website.
Public transport – street:
Bus: New Jersey Transit bus line 62 ( www.njtransit.com) runs every 20-30 minutes to Penn station in Newark, where there is a connection to the PATH express train network. Bus lines 37, 40 and 67 also run from the airport to nearby destinations.
Shuttle: Coach USA’s Newark Airport Express (Tel: 1 877 863 9275; www.coachusa.com) runs every 15-30 minutes to New York City, with stops at Grand Central Station, Bryant Park and the other , around the clock Port Authority Bus Terminal (travel time: 90-120 minutes, travel cost: US $ 16). The stops are on the arrival levels of the terminals.
There are a number of other shuttle companies, including Carmel Super Saver (Tel: (212) 666 6666; www.carmellimo.com) and Dial 7 (Tel: (212) 777 7777; www.dial7.com). A full list is available on the airport website.
Taxi: Taxis are available at all times at Terminal A and from City of Newark at Terminals B and C. Travelers should only use authorized taxis and negotiate the fare before departure. A trip to Manhattan costs between 55-90 US $ (travel time: 30-60 minutes) depending on the destination.
It is advisable to avoid the tugs in the terminal building that offer travelers transportation in private taxis. Uniformed airport employees of the Port Authority Welcome Center are happy to help if necessary.
Public transport – train:
The free AirTrain connects the airport with the Newark Liberty International Airport Station around the clock. NJ Transit (tel: (973) 275 55 55; www.njtransit.com) and Amtrak regional trains (tel: 1 800 872 7245; www.amtrak.com) operate around the clock to Penn Station, where connection to PATH- Trains to Manhattan exist (travel time: 1 hour).
Public transport – air:
New York Helicopter offers a helicopter shuttle service from Newark Liberty Airport and the Downtown Manhattan Heliport. Flights depart between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. every hour.
Blade helicopters connect the Downtown Manhattan Heliport to LaGuardia, John F. Kennedy and Newark airports within a few minutes. The flights can be booked online or via the app until shortly before departure.
Facilities in the terminal
ATMs and exchange offices are located in all terminals. There is a bank in terminal C.
Means of communication:
Fee-based Internet access via W-LAN is available in the public area of the airport. There are numerous internet kiosks in all terminal buildings.
Bars, cafes and restaurants are available in all terminals.
There are numerous shops in all terminals, including newspaper and gift shops, as well as fine fashion boutiques. Duty-free shops are located in Terminals B and C.
Luggage storage facilities are located in Terminal C. There is a lost property office (tel: (973) 961 62 43). In the arrival area of each terminal there are uniformed porters, who can be recognized by their red jackets. Luggage carriers without uniform should be avoided.
There is a medical center, a chapel and numerous baby changing rooms.
Conference and meeting rooms:
A comprehensive range of business facilities such as fax and photocopying machines, computers and courier services is available in all terminals. Conference facilities are offered in the lounges of the individual airlines. The Newark Liberty International Airport Marriott (Tel: (973) 623 00 06; Internet: www.marriott.com) also offers business facilities such as computer workstations and over 26 meeting rooms. Dataports are located on the public telephones in all terminals.
TDD telephones for the hearing impaired, wheelchair ramps, elevators and disabled toilets are available in all terminals. Skycap porters provide electric cars on request and minibuses can be requested to transport disabled travelers between the individual terminals. Hertz and Avis offer rental cars with disabled access. Disabled parking spaces are available everywhere.
The short-term parking spaces A, B and C as well as parking garage C are located between the 3 terminals.
The free AirTrain shuttle train runs around the clock every 3-4 minutes between the terminals and the long-term parking lots on P1, P3 and in the car park P4. P2 and part of P3 are reserved for rental cars. Buses connect the economy parking lot P6 with all 3 terminals every 10 minutes (journey time: 20 minutes). Taxis are also available.
There are other parking spaces near the airport that are privately operated and connected to the airport by shuttle buses 24 hours a day.
All major rental car companies, including
Avis (Tel: (800) 230 48 98),
Budget (Tel: 800) 527 07 00),
Dollar (Tel: (973) 824 20 02),
Hertz (Tel: (800) 654 31 31) and
National (Tel: (973) 622 12 70) are represented at the airport.
Enterprise (Tel: (973) 242 34 00) is located outside the airport area.
To get to the car rental offices of Avis , Hertz and National , leave the free AirTrain shuttle train at stop P3; for budget, dollars and the free transfer buses from Enterprise (Tel: (800) 325 80 07), whose representation is outside the airport area, get off at stop P2.
Free phones for car rental reservations are available in the baggage claim area of each terminal.