Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR)
Newark NJ 7114
- Mon: 12am-12am
- Tue: 12am-12am
- Wed: 12am-12am
- Thu: 12am-12am
- Fri: 12am-12am
- Sat: 12am-12am
- Sun: 12am-12am
Newark Liberty International Airport EWR is the busiest airport in the New York-New Jersey metropolitan area in terms of flights. In 2012, Newark Liberty Airport serviced over 34 million passengers. Originally opening in 1928 it is the oldest airfield in America and later becoming the first to build a commercial airline terminal.
Located directly 15 miles southwest of Manhattan, EWR Airport is a municipality oddity, in which the airport is owned by the city of Newark, New Jersey, while being run by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ). Combined with New York airports LaGuardia and JFK International they are number one in the world for total flights.
EWR Airport consists of three terminals, connected by the AirTrain Newark, which also connects to NJ Transit and Amtrak rail lines. Newark Liberty International Airport is a major hub to United Airlines and FedEx Express. In addition there are over 25 other airlines operating at Newark Liberty Airport, flying to many destinations domestic and abroad.
Newark Liberty Airport is located off I-78 and I-95, making it easily accessible. There are plenty of parking options including: Parking Lots A, B, C, P1, P2, P3, P4 and P6. Getting to and from Newark Liberty Airport is simple with ground transportation by AirTrain, train, bus, limousine, car service, taxis and helicopter to the Downtown Manhattan Heliport.
Airport accommodations include a Marriott Hotel on the premises and 17 others adjacent to the airport such as the Hilton Newark Airport Hotel, Doubletree Newark, and Sheraton Newark Airport Hotel.