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  • dining outside security
    Sep 8, 2012
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    i am flying out of a different terminal than my collegue.. is there a good dining spot BEFORE security?

     

  • ARRIVING FROM ISTANBUL CONNECT TO HOUSTO
    Sep 6, 2012
    1
    My mother will fly from Istanbul to Newark (nonstop) on September 8th with United Airlines. Flight Arrives at Newark at 18:02 and she has to connect to Houston for 19:40 . Initially they told me she arrived in Terminal C later connection took off from Terminal C also. But on the LH site (where we got the ticket) it says Terminal B arrival and Terminal C for connecting flight. I think she still needs to go through passport/customs etc. and then clear security again? Can anyone tell me where this flight will arrive and if there is enough time to connect? Thanks so much

     

    At EWR all international arrivals, with the exception of United, arrive at Terminal B. United uses exclusively Terminal C, and Terminal A for a limited number of domestic flights. On arrival she will have to go through passport control, pick up bags, go through customs clearance and then proceed to her connecting gate at TC, or take the Airtrain (follow signs) to TA, where she would need to go through security check before proceeding to gate. Ticket and overhead arrivals screens will indicate whether connecting flight is in TA or TB. Transfer time should suffice.

     

  • Transportaion from TB to TA
    Sep 4, 2012
    1
    I am arriving at international TB. But from there i need to go to TA and take the domestic flight to Florida. Airline at TB is NOT incharge of transferring the baggage from TB to TA. In this case what is the procedure to be followed? At which terminal is the baggage checkin, port of entry and other immgration checks done? Or do i have to collect all my luggage from TB and take it to TA using the "AirTrain" and then complete the immigration checks in TA ?

     

    Terminal B at EWR is for international arrivals - you need to go through passport control, pick up bags, go through customs clearance, and go with your luggage on the Airtrain to Terminal A, where you need to check in your bag, then go through security check and on to your gate.

     

  • Terminal A to C Transfer
    Aug 29, 2012
    1
    I am arriving to Terminal A at 17.29 and need to catch an international flight from Terminal C at 18.12. What is the fastest way to get between A and C? Will I have to go through security again?

     

    At EWR you have two options to connect from TA to TAC: (a) hop on the AirTrain (serving pre-security, non-sterile areas of all terminals and free within the Airport)taking minutes. (b) You can also take the shuttle bus from TA to TC. Both options require you to go through security check at TC. Concourse level has three gateways leading to (a) gate area C1 is arranged in a Y-shape, with gates C70 to C99; (b) Gateway C2 has gates C101 to C115; and (c) Gate area C3 has gates C120 to C139. The Shuttle Bus from Terminal C to Terminal A stops at gateway C1, near gate C71. The AirTrain Station is on the Upper Level's center.

     

  • passport clearance and connecting time
    Aug 25, 2012
    2
    I am flying geneva - st. louis via brussels and EWR. Flying United 961 to terminal B and then UA 4628 to STL. Ticket does'nt state which terminal UA 4628 flies out of. Will i need to clear passport control and go through security again? Connecting time is 1 hr 26 mins.

     

    Was just checking. Apparently UA 961 arrives at terminal C and not B. Thanks

     

    At EWR, you will arrive at, and depart from, Terminal C. Only arriving passengers at the U.S. need to go through passport control & customs clearance. Note that TC has 3 gateways: The Concourse level has three gateways leading to (a) gate area C1 is arranged in a Y-shape, with gates C70 to C99; (b) Gateway C2 has gates C101 to C115; and (c) Gate area C3 has gates C120 to C139. On arrival at EWR look at the overhead screens to find your connecting gate.

     

  • B Bagage to A baggage
    Aug 18, 2012
    1
    How does one get from TB baggage to TA baggage? How long will this take? Is it possible to walk?

     

    I presume you arrive from an international flight, and your airline will transfer your bags to Terminal A (make sure, if not, you need to take the bag along to Terminal A and check it in there). On arrival, you would have to go through passport control, pick up bag, go through customs clearance and then re-check-in your bag at the designated area. That can take 35-50 mins. Thereafter you would need to take the Airtrain (follow signs), which serves all terminals in their secured areas and takes only 2 mins.

     

  • pick up arriving United Express
    Aug 15, 2012
    1
    where is the best place to pick up United Express arrivals

     

    United Express operates in both Terminals A & C you need to find out which terminal your party arrives at - best place to meet: in the Arrivals Hall near the information counter.

     

  • Which terminal
    Aug 3, 2012
    1
    I am flying from Newark to Toronto by United (United Express). Which terminal should I go to at EWR airport for departure.

     

    United Express serves both in Terminals A & C; Your ticket should indicate the terminal with either gate area or gate number. At Terminal 1 it serves Gate Area 1 with gates A10-18; Terminal C Gate Area C1 has gates C70-71; C2 has gates C101-102; & C3 gates 120-139.

     

  • Terminal A Baggage Pickup
    Jul 30, 2012
    1
    What level do I take for baggage pickup for Terminal A

     

    At EWR, the baggage pickup at Terminal A is at the ground level /Arrivals Level.

     

  • Best Pickup Area for Arriving Flights
    Jul 30, 2012
    1
    What is the best pickup area for Terminal A, American Airlines, arriving flight without parking?

     

    At EWR, pickup is only allowed for passengers already waiting at the curb - no waiting allowed. However, you can use the Dropping off/ picking up a Passenger at the Airport: It is recommended to park your car in either a short-term lot or the parking garage (terminal frontages are for loading & unloading only and unattended cars willl towed.

     

  • 16 yr old
    Jul 30, 2012
    2
    what guidance, esort, or chaufferring is available for 16 yr old traveling without adult on domestic direct flights?

     

    to clarify, from securtiy checkpoint to gate within terminal

     

    EWR has three passenger terminals, all connected by the free Airtrain, which serves the secured areas. If your 16-year old has a ticket, it will indicate the Terminal and gate number: TC is for United Airlines only (which also uses some gates for domestic flights in TA. TB is used for all international arrivals other than United's. If she is transferring to another terminal, she needs to take the train - following signs. A 16-year old does not need escort. Signs will guide her to her/his gates.

     

  • Where is it?
    Jul 29, 2012
    1
    I will pick up my daughter at EWR, If it exists, I need to know where is the cellular parking lot located

     

    EWR does not have a cell phone lot. For passenger pickup, it is recommended to park your car in either a short-term lot or the parking garage (terminal frontages are for loading & unloading only and unattended cars will be towed. 1. Short-term parking: In Parking Garage and in lots A & B and the C across from the terminals and the Parking Garage. For more parking information, contact Five Star Parking at 973-961-6421 or 22.

     

  • Transfer from terminal A to B
    Jul 26, 2012
    1
    I need to drop my in-laws in Terminal B. They are senior citizens and need assistance. I am arriving into Terminal A with them. Do I need to clear security one more time going from one terminal to another? Is there a public option to avoid the hassle and transfer without leaving the secured area so that I can drop them off at their gates?

     

    1. On Arrival at EWR, Terminal A, you need to take the Airtrain, which runs between the secured areas of all three terminals and arrives/ departs at TA on the Concourse Level, close to the A2 gateway. (Each of the Terminals has three gateways). 2. TB, used for arriving & departing international flights (other than United).Its gateways lead to (a) gate area B1 with gates B40 to B47; (b) gate area B2 with gates B51 to B57 used by British Aways; and Gate Area B3 with gates B60 to B68. You can bring your in-laws only to the gate area B1, B2 or B3. From there, they are only steps from their gate.

     

  • terminal c to a!!
    Jul 28, 2012
    6
    Hi, i arrive at terminal C at 9:15 p.m... i have to get to terminal A in 57 minutes....is there a way to get from one terminal to another in under an hour??

     

    At EWR, Terminal C is exclusively for United Airlines. On arrival, simply follow the "Airtrain" sign - this train runs between the three terminals inside security - you have enough time.

     

    so i wont have to go through securtiy?

     

    According to the other posters, yes you will have to go through security if you take the Airtrain. It seems that there are two members here with similar user names that keep saying it's inside security but I'm starting to wonder what their intentions are. To be safe, I wouldn't trust them.

     

    Isn't there a shuttle bus that goes from terminals c to a and a to c?

     

    It certainly appears to be so. Or that's what I've been told, at least. I'm planning on using the bus if possible on my upcoming stop at the airport since all signs point to it being the only way to go from A to C without exiting and reentering security.

     

    im going to try the shuttle bus...i stop at newark to change planes and i have to go from c to a

     

  • Airtrain
    Jul 28, 2012
    6
    Why do half the people say the air train is inside security and the other half say it's outside? It can't be both. What is the real answer and why is it so confusing?

     

    At EWR the Airtrain serves inside security check; at JFK it serves outside security check.

     

    I don't know about JFK, but at EWR, the airtrain (between terminals, parking and the NJtransit/amtrak rail station) is definitely OUTSIDE security.

     

    And this is exactly what I mean: Two replies, two contradicting answers. I've never been to this airport so I just can't grasp how there is no clear answer on this.

     

    The confusion here highlights just how awful this airport can be. I spent a truly miserable 8 hours in EWR yesterday and hope I never set foot there again. The AirTrain is outside of the sterile area. If you want to take the train between terminals, you WILL have to go through a security check point again. The transfer buses are inside the secure area, but they shut them down in bad weather.

     

    The Airtrain is outside of security. I fly through EWR 6 times a year and take the Airtrain every time. You definitely EXIT security to take the airtrain

     

    it is outside tsa security. we fly to ewr every month.

     





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