Everything You Need to Know About Traveling Through Newark Airport
“EWR lays claim to many aviation firsts, including the first paved runway, the first air traffic control tower in the United States, the first airport weather station and the first airport post office. Today, EWR handles more than 42 million domestic and international passengers a year and, like New York’s LaGuardia Airport and JFK International Airport, is undergoing major redevelopment and upgrades.”
EWR has three standalone terminals: A, B, and C. Passengers can use the AirTrain monorail to travel between terminals, parking lots, hotel shuttles, and rental car facilities. The AirTrain monorail is free to ride and operates 24 hours a day.
Newark Liberty International provides free wi-fi and charging stations throughout all three terminals. All terminals also have pet relief areas and nursing suites. There are a number of hotels and parking options in the area – both providing easy ways to get you to your flight.