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  • Terminal C gate proximity
    Jan 20, 2013
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    We will be on an arrival from denver to newark on United to terminal C. We have another United flight to RochesterNY. There is a 35 minute layover...any chance of making this if departure is still within Terminal C? Of course this is assuming first flight is on time...it is also the day before Easter.

     

    On arrival at EWR, Terminal C, which has a 'Gates Level'with three gate areas: Gate Area C1, arranged in a Y-shape, with gates C70-99; Gate Area C2 (gates C101-C115); and Gate Area C3 (gates C120-139), you can easily make the switch within 35 mins; HOWEVER, do make sure that your departure to Rochester is also at TC, as United also uses Terminal A for some domestic flights - you would need to take the shuttle bus near gate C71 to gate A28.

     

  • Travel time
    Dec 31, 2013
    2
    what is the travel time from terminal A to terminal B at EWR airport

     

    Are you sure you travel from A to B (or rather from B to A?) - Terminal B is for international arrivals, other than by United airlines. The Airtrain runs between all three terminals in the unsecured areas - at connecting terminal you need to go through security check before proceeding to gate.

     

    The Airtrain runs between all three terminals in the unsecured areas - at connecting Terminal B you need to go through security check before proceeding to gate. Count on about half hour from gate to gate.

     

  • trnasfer of checkked baggages
    Dec 31, 2013
    1
    Two elderly couple travelling from memphis to chenna(india) They are flying In united airlines from memphis to EWR. then they are travelling BY jet airways from EWR to Chennai. under code share partners. whether checked baggages are transferred by airlines.

     

    You need to contact United to make sure that they will transfer your bags at EWR to Jet Airways. If not, on arrival at EWR you would need to claim your bag at either United terminals A or C (domestic United terminals) and check them in at Terminal B's Jet Airways counter. Either way, you need to take the Airtrain connecting all terminals in the non-secured areas and go through security check before proceeding to your connecting gate.

     

  • Traveling with Dog Guide
    Dec 30, 2012
    1
    We will be arriving in terminal A and our connecting flight leaves from terminal C 1 hr. later. We will be traveling with a Dog Guide. Is there a place we can take the dog to relieve himself and still get through security in time to be boarded?

     

    1. Pet relief areas are located outside of the arrivals area of each terminal - follow signs there, or ask a Customer Care Representative for information. Owners are expected to clean up after their animals using available materials provided there. 2. The Airtrain runs between all three terminals in the unsecured area, meaning at Terminal C you will need to go through security check before proceeding to your gate. Do not hesitate to ask for assistance guiding you on arrival to the Arrivals level, on to the pet relief area, back to the Airtrain station and on to Terminal C. You should be able to make it within an hour.

     

  • Transit
    Dec 31, 2013
    2
    Hi, I will be flying to EWR airport via United Airline and transit to Hong Kong in Terminal C. As it is my first time, may I know the directions and if I need to check in my luggage again?

     

    Presuming you arrive at EWR from a domestic flight, you land either at Terminal A or C, as United uses some domestic flights also in Terminal A. If arriving at Terminal A, you need to take the AirTrain (follow signs) to Terminal C, where you need to go through security check before proceeding to your gate. Terminal C has on the Gate Level three gateways leading to Gate Area C1 arranged in a Y-shape, with gates C70-99; Gate Area C2 (gates C101-C115); and Gate Area C3 (gates C120-139). If arriving at Terminal C, all you need to do is transfer to you connecting gate. If using United for both legs of your journey, your bags will be transferred - if not, you need on arrival claim your bags and re-check them in with connecting airline.

     

    All passengers on international flights to EWR need to pick up their luggage and have it rechecked, even if EWR is not the final destination (transit). If you are flying from outside the US to EWR, you will need to recheck your bags.

     





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