One of three main airports in the New York City area (the others being JFK and LaGuardia), Newark Liberty International Airport, or EWR, is located in Newark, New Jersey. Frequented by travelers to New York and the rest of the east coast, it's a hub for United Airlines and operates many international flights. The airport features three terminals: A, B, and C.
Take the hassle out of getting to and from Newark Liberty by booking an airport transfer at the beginning and end of your trip. Shared transfers by van offer pickup at Manhattan hotels, while private transfers by SUV and sedan provide a personal experience with options for Brooklyn pickup and drop-off. It's possible to book a skip-the-line airport transfer to avoid having to wait at the curb for your ride.
Things to Know Before You Go
- Terminal A is home to Air Canada, Alaska, American, JetBlue, Southwest, United Express, and Virgin America airlines.
- Terminal B houses Delta and many international airlines, including Air China, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Emirates, Lufthansa, Norwegian, and Virgin Atlantic.
- Terminal C is home to United and United Express.
- The airport's AirTrain provides transportation between terminals and to rental car stations.
How to Get There
Newark is located 17 miles (28 kilometers) from Midtown Manhattan, across the water in New Jersey. Book a transfer to and from your lodging, take EWR's AirTrain to the airport train station and catch trains between the airport and NYC, or opt for the Newark Airport Express bus. Ride-sharing vehicles operate at the airport at specific locations.