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Newark Liberty International airport is a domestic airport for the greater New York City (NYC) area, although it is located in Newark, NJ. The airport is directly off of the New Jersey Turnpike.

Newark International Airport is operated by the Port Authority of NY and NJ.

There are 3 major terminal buildings at Newark, lettered A, B, and C.

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The PA NY & NJ provide an Official Newark Airport Map online.

Airline Alliances

All 3 major airline alliances are present at Newark International Airport, but the airport is dominated by Star Alliance partner Continental Airlines (CO).

Star Alliance

Newark International is a hub city for Star Alliance carrier Continental Airlines. A number of other Star Alliance carriers also fly to/from this airport, including Air Canada (AC), Lufthansa (LH), Scandinavian Air System (SK), Singapore Airlines (SQ), Swiss International, TAP Portugal, and United Airlines (UA).



Airport Lounges

  • There are several Continental President's Club lounges at EWR. These are also Star Alliance Gold lounges.

One World

American Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, and Qantas all offer daily flights to/from Newark Airport.

Sky Team

Air France, Delta, and KLM all operate flights to/from Newark Airport.

Other Airlines

A number of non-alliance airlines also operate from Newark, such as El Al, EVA Airlines, Iceland Express, and West Jet. US low-cost carrier Southwest Airlines recently initiated domestic service to/from Newark.

Other Amenities


Transport to/from EWR

Rental Cars

Major rental car firms (e.g. Hertz, Avis) have an on-site presence. Some firms are off-airport.

EWR has its own exit from the New Jersey Turnpike.

Taxi Service

Taxis are readily available, but it can be very expensive to take a Taxi into New York City.

Public Transit

Newark has better connections to public transport than most US airports, especially for passenger rail connections.


Newark Airport's Railway Station uses railway station code EWR and is directly on Amtrak's Northeast Corridor line, making connections to New York City or points north, or to Philadelphia, PA or points south.

This railway station is also served by both NJ Transit and PATH trains.


  • Newark, NJ offers bus service that stops at Newark International (EWR)
  • Many nearby hotels have free shuttle vans to and from EWR. Check the hotel web site or ask when booking if this is important to you.

Transport within EWR

An AirTrain automated people mover connects the various terminal buildings, rental car centre, and the joint railway station at Newark International Airport. There is no charge to use this.