EWR Layover Ideas | iFlyer Forum

Tips and ideas on how to best spend a layover at Newark Liberty airport. Got a favorite quiet place to connect to wifi? A great bar or restaurant? Maybe an exhibit or a walk? Share your EWR Airport layover experiences with others, or post a question and get notified when there is a response.

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Is 1 hr 19 min on United enough time to connect from Turks and Caicos to DTW?
No, that is not realistically enough time. You need at least 2 hours.
I booked a flight from Vancouver to Newark and then on to Dublin. I realised yesterday that I have to change airport to JFK. I have 4 hours and ten minutes if my flight is on time. Will i make this flight?
That's just enough time if everything goes smoothly. It will take you nearly 2 hours to go between airports and likely cost over $100 unless you take the EWR AirTrain to New Jersey Transit to Penn Station to the LIRR to the JFK AirTrain, which will take maybe a little longer, but only cost about $30.
I am flying with United from London Heathrow, stopping at Newark for 8hrs and then continuing with United to West Palm Beach. Do I need to collect my bags in Newark or does United send them straight to West Pal Beach?
You will have to go through US Immigration, claim your bags, go through US Customs, re-check your bags at the re-check desk, then go through Security and to your departure gate.
I'll arrive at 6AM to Terminal B, my next flight to Boston is at 6PM from Terminal A. I plan to visit NYC. Please advice when i need to be back in EWR airport for the next flight? At what time do i need to board the train at Penn Station? Are there round trip tickets available at EWR for NJ Transit ?

Thanks a lot.
You need to be on the train at Penn Station at about 3 PM to be comfortably back at EWR on-time.
Dear Friends, I have a 5 hrs 40 Min layover in Newark port. Will it be sufficient for me to quickly see Statue of liberty and get back to airport to board my flight? Can i do this after i check in my luggage to United and then can i go?
No, that's not really enough time.
I'll arrive at 6AM to Terminal B, my next flight to Boston is at 6PM from Terminal A. I am NOT flying United. Any ideas where i can left my luggage in EWR to be able to have a quick visit to NYC?
There is no luggage storage at EWR. If you take the NJT into Manhattan there is a luggage storage place near Penn Station.
Can you advise on the storage place please?
The Businesses are named Luggage Keeper and Schwartz Luggage Storage NYC.
I will arrive to Newark at 12,36 and the flight for Milan will depart at 6,25PM
I will have enough time to go to Liberty Statue Park? Can someone tell me how to get there?
Thank you
Yes, that is enough time. The best way is a taxi. you will have to call a taxi to go back to the airport. Note that even though it's not far away, it will still be about a $40 taxi ride each way.
My flight will arrive in Terminal C and I have 45 minutes to hop on to the next flight in Terminal B. Is 45 minutes goo enough? Any express way to get there faster?
What airline are you flying out of Terminal B? Are both flights on the same reservation? Where are you flying from and to?
If I arrive by united from Canada, and am flying out to Lima, also through United, and the gates are in the same terminal and I already have my boarding pass, do I need to check in any where? Or do I just show up at the gate with my pass?
You just need to show up at the gate with your boarding pass.
I have an 87 minute layover in Newark, coming from Columbus then heading down to the Caribbean. Will this be enough time to get from Terminal A to C and go through customs in time? I have one checked bag so Idk if this affects it too. Both flights are on United
There is no US Customs when leaving the US. All you have to do is take the shuttle from A to C and walk to your departure gate. You have enough time if the flight from Columbus is on-time.