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  • Washington-Newark-Glasgow
    Jul 14, 2012
    2
    I'm flying from Washington to Newark to join my flight there to Glasgow. I'm not an experienced traveller and I would value any advice and information about getting from the UA Washington Flight to join the UA Flight to Glasgow, please. How would I get from the UA terminal or gate etc. arriving from Washington to join the check in for UA Glasgow and how much time would I need please. Can I walk from the arrival gate/terminal at Newark to go to the Glasgow UA check in or do I have to find some transport? I'm not sure how far apart the terminal or gates are between the two UAflights. Would I need to collect my checked in bag from the Washington UA flight and check it in again to join the UA flight to Glasgow or is it possible for it to go to Glasgow without having to be picked up at Newark? I'll appreciate any advice or information as I've never made a journey like this before. Thank you

     

    When arriving via United at EWR on a domestic flight, you may arrive either at Terminal A or Terminal C and will depart most likely from Terminal C (TC is exclusively for United, TA has also other airlines). Your ticket should indicate which terminal you arrive/ depart from: Each terminal has three gateways, i.e., Terminal A has gateway A1 with gates A10-18, A2 with gates A20-28; A3 with gates A30-39; Terminal C has gateway C1 with gates C70-99; C2 with gates C101A-115A-B; C3 with gates C120-130. If you need to change terminals, use the Airtrain, which runs inside the secured area and takes only minutes. Signs will guide you to it. NOTE: You get a boarding pass at your Washington Airport; your bags will be automatically transferred to your connecting flight.. No need for you to do anything else on arrival, but to proceed to your connecting flight gate. (On your return, you will arrive at Terminal C & need to go through passport check, pickup bags & go through customs clearance before exiting the terminal. Good luck!

     

    Thank you very much for taking the time to reply, sajul12. I really appreciate it and the information you have given is extremely helpful - it is exactly the information I was hoping for as I'm not a seasoned traveller at all. Having this amount of detail in advance to refer to is very reassuring. Thank you again.

     

  • Gate/Terminal are different
    Jul 12, 2012
    1
    I am supposed to pick up a traveler coming into Terminal C, but the website lists it as Gate B64. The airport map doesn't show B64 in Terminal B or C, so I'm confused. Do I assume the flight is still coming into a gate in Terminal C?

     

    Your ticket should indicate your terminal & gate - Gate B64 would be in Terminal B, which serves all international arrivals. Terminal C is exclusively for United (United also uses some gates at Terminal A). To get from terminal to terminal, use the free Airtrain which runs inside security and take only minutes.

     

  • Outside Security Amenities
    Jul 9, 2012
    0
    Are there any restaurants, bars, etc. outside of security in Terminal B?

     

  • Enough Time to Transfer?
    Jul 2, 2012
    2
    I have to get from C98 to C132 in 42 minutes on July 3. Is that enough time? Do I have to go through security? Thanks, Bob

     

    Terminal C has on the Concourse level Concourses C1, C2 in the center and C3. You arrive at the C1 Concourse, gate C98 - proceed to the right, passing C99, C97-91, continue to C72-C70 and arrive at the Concourse level; walk to the right passing the C2 concourse, and on to the C3 Concourse enter: to the left pass C130, & C131 & you arrive at yur connecting gate C132. No need to go through security check.

     

    Thanks for your prompt response. Bob

     

  • X Gates?
    Jun 25, 2012
    2
    I see a lot of gates with an X after the number. Does this have any special meaning? On any of the terminal maps I've found, nothing lists an X.

     

    Each of the three terminals A, B & C at Newark Airport has three gateways - A1 to A3, B1 to B3, C1 to C3. Terminal B (gates B40-68) is for all international flights; Terminal C (gates C70-99 & C101A-115A-B) is for all United flights; Terminal A (A10-39) is for domestic flights & international departures (also uses United & United Express.

     

    That didn't answer the question. What is the meaning of a gate number with the letter X after it?

     

  • AirTrain Outside Security
    Jun 23, 2012
    0
    For those asking about having to go through security again if they take AirTrain from one terminal to another, I am not an expert but in the past I have found that taking AirTrain will indeed require going through security checkpoint again. If that were not the case, why would United Airlines go the expense of running a shuttle bus between Terminals A & C for their passengers taking connecting flights? Also, the following is found on the official airport website: "For terminal-to-terminal transfers to catch connecting flights, please allow sufficient time to go through security checks at the next terminal." http://www.panynj.gov/airports/ewr-to-from.html Hope this helps.

     

  • Term A - C: Security Again?
    Jun 29, 2012
    4
    I'm arriving at terminal A and have to get to C for an international flight in 90 minutes. I keep reading somewhat conflicting comments about whether I need to go through security again once I'm at the airport. Will I have to or is it just a matter of moving from A to C? Does it matter if I use the tram or the bus? The goal, of course, is to avoid another lengthy wait in a security line.

     

    Since you arrive at EWR in Terminal A, you are obviously not an international arrival (Terminal B serves those, except United). Your connecting Terminal C is the United terminal with 3 gateways: C1 is arranged in a Y-shape with gates C70-75, C80-88 & C90-99 on each side; gate area C2 has gates C101A-115A-B (15 gates); gate area C3 has gates C12-130. On arrival a TA take the Airtrain which stops close to gateway A2; at TC the station is on the upper level's center. No need to go through security check. You have enough time.

     

    Take the bus to avoid security. That's the purpose for its existence.

     

    Thanks a lot. I'll be sure to take the bus. Does it run frequently and is it easy to find?

     

    The are signs for the bus. I believe near Gates A18 and A28. Any United Airlines gate agent should also be able to direct you. Frequency depends on time of day but probably every 10-15 minutes.

     

  • Terminal C to Terminal A- 2 hours
    Jun 23, 2012
    2
    We arrive from Rochester, NY into Terminal C and leave for Minneapolis-Saint Paul, MN 2 hours and 10 mins later from Terminal A. Would we be able to leave the airport during that time? and if so, do we even have enough time, given that we would need to come back thru security?! Would appreciate any comments- thanks :)

     

    You arrive at the United Airline Terminal C. If your connecting flight is by another airline, make sure United forwards your checked bags at EWR - if not you would have to pick up your back in the baggage claim area and take it along to Terminal A, checking it in at your connecting airline's checkin counter. The Airtrain runs frequently from terminal to terminal, at post-security - and takes minutes between the three EWR terminals. At Terminal C, the station is on the upper level (follow signs); at Terminal A it stops near near gateway 2. TA has gateway 1 with Gates A10-18, A2 with gates A20-28 and A3 with gates A30-39. You have plenty of time.

     

    You could leave the airport but you would not get far before having to turn right around to get through the security check in time to catch your flight. I suggest take your time exploring Terminal C which has many shops and eateries before taking the United shuttle Bus to Terminal A which will let you avoid going through security.

     

  • arriving c85x departing c96
    Jun 12, 2012
    0
    Have 30 mins between flights will I make it in time

     

  • AirTrain Post or Pre Security
    Jun 12, 2012
    0
    Iam arriving at Terminal A(By United Airlines) and have to go to terminal C for international connection(United Airlines). I have only 95 minutes. Please somebody let me know if Airtran is Post security or Outside security. In this forum I have read some people wrote Airtran is post security and some people wrote it is outside security. I know I cannot take Airside secure shuttle bus because Terminal A where United arrives does not have this availability. Please clarify me if Airtran from Terminal A to C is Post security or not. Thanks a lot

     

  • Arriving C121 departing C81
    Jun 12, 2012
    2
    We have a 40 minute layover with 3 young children. Will this be enough time to get from one gate to another at 6:45amfrom SFO tomorrow? or should I look to get on a flight that arrives earlier or? thanks for your advice in advance.

     

    EWR's Terminal C has three gate areas: gate area C1 arranged in a Y-shape with gates C70-75, C80-88 & C90-99 on each side; gate area C2 has gates C101A-115A-B (15 gates); gate area C3 has gates C120-130. Therefore, C121 is in gate area C3 while gate C81 is in gate area C1 - follow signs - you have enough time (if arrival is not late). Let your flight attendant know that you need transfer time - to be one of the first ones to leave the airplane.

     

    Iam arriving at Terminal A(By United Airlines) and have to go to terminal C for international connection(United Airlines). I have only 95 minutes. Please somebody let me know if Airtran is Post security or Outside security. In this forum I have read some people wrote Airtran is post security and some people wrote it is outside security. I know I cannot take Airside secure shuttle bus because Terminal A where United arrives does not have this availability. Please clarify me if Airtran from Terminal A to C is Post security or not. Thanks a lot

     

  • Nice staff - excellent selection
    Jun 11, 2012
    0
    Bought ear buds - staff was knowledgable and focused! Thanks

     

  • B to A Terminal
    May 17, 2012
    1
    I'm flying Southwest terminal A, however I'd like to use the Delta Lounge in terminal B. Would I have to go through security again once I leave the lounge?

     

    Both Terminals A & B are not close together, but connected by Airtrain, which stops close to Gateway A2 and arrives close to gateway B2. STATIONS ARE LOCATED POST-SECURITY. No need t go through security check.

     

  • Jet Blue arrival to NJ Transit
    May 11, 2012
    1
    Which terminal does Jet Blue come in to? and where do I go for the NJ transit to NY? TX

     

    At EWR you arrive in Terminal A. (a) The Airport Express Shuttles to Manhattan, run every 15-30 minutes from the Arrivals Level bus stops outside all three passenger terminals. (b) Olympic Bus service to Manhattan is available to downtown and midtown; the bus to midtown makes its first stop at the Bus Terminal on 42d Street/8th Avenue and continues on to the Grand Central Station

     

  • gate numbering
    May 8, 2012
    1
    I can't seem to find gate A26X on the map of the airport - just where is it?

     

    I see only A26A & B on EWR's Terminal A map - see http://www.panynj.gov/airports/ewr-airport-map.html - maybe the X gate was added later.

     





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