Newark Liberty (EWR) AIRPORT TERMINAL CONNECTIONS DISCUSSION FORUM

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I'm flying in and out of Terminal C today but I have a 7-hour layover. I would like to go to the Art & Lounge (landside) at Terminal B. Am I able to do this? Thanks!
Yes, you can leave the secure area and take the AirTrain to Terminal B.
Second question! If you are arrive and depart at Terminal C will you go through TSA again? It's two flights with United
Yes, you will have to go through security after clearing customs and re-checking your bags to get to your departure gate.
We fly in to Terminal C on 26/10, with United. We land at 1505 and fly to Orlando at1725 from Terminal C. I see that the maximum immigration time can be 90 mins, added to the time it takes to walk to the desk I have a feeling that I am pushing it. What do you reckon?
2 hrs 25 minutes should be enough time.
I am leaving out of terminal A on AA thru Charlotte to MBJ. I want to use the United club in terminal A b4 my flight. What's the easiest way to travel between terminals?
The United Pier of Terminal A and the American Pier aren't connected inside security. So it will be up to TSA at the United Pier whether or not they will let you through security there with your AA boarding pass. Regardless you'll have to go through security again before your flight to get to your AA gate.
Thank you very much
We would transit at Newark. I would need transit visa as I have Malaysian passport. Can I sort that out at the airport when we transiting or is that a thing what I should pre-apply at the USel Embassy? We wouldn’t leave the airport just from terminal B to C
You need to apply at a US Embassy or Consulate before your trip. The US does not issue visas on arrival to any nationality.
Flying Manchester to Newark ,connect to Orlando ,Will i need to collect luggage ,passport control etc
Yes, in Newark you will 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. This assumes both flights are on United. You may also have to transit from Terminal B to Terminal C.
Next week, we are arriving to Terminal B 2.55 pm with Scandinavian. We will be queuing to get through US Immigration, claim our bags, re-check our bags after US Customs and then transfer to Terminal C where we must go through security and to our departure gate. Departure with United 5.25 pm.

Will this transfer time suffice or would you recommend us to re-book our flight?
That should be enough time.
I arrive EWR at 4:20 am from Tel Aviv at concourse C. I have no checked bags. My next flight leaves at 6:00 am sane concourse. Will I have time to clear customs and make flight? I also have global entry
With Global Entry and no bags that should be enough time.
Hi,
I fly with united from Hong Kong to buenos aires via newark.
The flights are on one ticket.
I have 8 hour layover in newark and I need to change the terminal.
I am Finnish citizen.
Q: do i need ESTA for this stop-over ( changing terminals)
Q: are the check-in baggages transferred automaticly to my Newark - Buenos aires flight?
Q: do i need to clear any security or immigration checks during my transit / changing the terminals?

Thank you for your answers already in advance!
1) Yes, you need ESTA
2 & 3) 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.
Flying from Louisville (SDF) to Montreal on United Express (REPUBLIC AIRLINES DBA UNITED) to Newark (EWR) with a 43 minute connection and then on United Express (EXPRESSJET AIRLINES DBA UNITED) from Newark (EWR) to Montreal (MUL). Questions (1) Do I clear Canadian customs in Montreal (2) Will both flights be in the same terminal and (3) Is 43 minutes enough - carry-on only.
1) Yes, you will go through Canadian Immigration and Customs in Montreal.
2) You will arrive in Terminal A or C and depart from Terminal A. If you need to change terminals United runs a shuttle bus between them inside security.
3) That's barely enough time if everything goes smoothly.