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My flight UA 1707 has been delayed and will now arrive 6:18 Terminal B.

My second flight departs at 7:05 UA960 Terminal C to Frankfurt.

Is this going to be possible? My flights were already rebooked from Delta to United with the delays yesterday in Georgia.
There is a shuttle inside security from the gates in B to Terminal C. So if you do arrive at 6:18 it is still possible.
I am arriving EWR at 18.27 on UA 1631 and depart at 19.10 on UA 27. This seems a very short connection time (United just changed the flight time on UA 1631 so it arrives 20 mins later) both flights are terminal C and UA 27 is international so I guess I have to pass through security and passport control to get tothat flight. Is it feasible?
All you have to do is walk from your arrival gate to your departure gate in Newark. There is no passport control or special security when leaving the US. It is possible if the first flight is on-time.
Thanks for that. Lets hope my incoming flight is on time. It's on the United schedule so I guess it must be possible.
Good evening, I will take the flight AC 549 from EWR to Vancouver YVR, I would like to know which airport will I go through the Canadian custom? In Vancouver, we will go through the US custom in Vancouver Airport YVR. Thank you!
On the way to Vancouver you will go through Canadian Immigration and Customs in Vancouver. On the return you will pre-clear through US Immigration and Customs in Vancouver.

I'm fliying from Madrid to Charlotte, with layover in Newark. My ticket says that I need to change terminals, but it doesn't says wich ones. I'm guessing I'll arrive on Terminal B (being an International flight) and I have to transfer to either A or C. My layover is 2h10m. Would it be enough? What's the fastest method for transferring? I'm fliying with united, but the second leg is operated by Republic Airlines.

Yes, that is correct. You will arrive in B, go through US immigration, claim your bags, go through US Customs, re-check your bags at the re-check desk, then take the AirTrain to your departure terminal (could be A or C) and then go through security and to your departure gate. There's also a small chance you could arrive in C. You have just enough time if everything goes smoothly.
This is my first time travelling via Newark. I will be flying from Delhi to Newark with onward flight to Toronto, with a layover of 3.5 hours in Newark. Flight arrives early morning around 5:10 AM at Terminal C and the connecting flight will be from Terminal A.. Will I be OK as far as time is concerned? Is Newark airport busy early morning? After customs, how far is the baggage re-check area? After baggage drop off, do I need to take a train to change terminals?
Yes, that is enough time. It is not that busy so very early in the morning. The re-check is right after customs. After drop off you will take the AirTrain to Terminal A and go through security.
bags are checked thru..what is the easiest way to change term C to B
I have 2 hours
There is a shuttle bus inside security from Terminal C to the Lufthansa gates in Terminal B.
after I arrive at gate in TERM C look for shuttle bus toTerm B?
do you know where this Bus leaves from C?

thank you for reply
The bus leaves from near gate C71. There are signs throughout the terminal.
My Mom and I arriving april 4th with united from Lisbon to Montreal with connection flight to Newark. We only have 1h. Arriving Lisbon to Newark at 1h40 pm and our flight Newark to Montreal with united express is at 2h40 pm ! Are we ok ? Do we have to pass security ? We only have one reservation confirmation : we Will pick up our luggages only in Montreal ?
No, that is NOT enough time. In Newark you have to go through US Immigration, claim your bags, go through US Customs, re-check your bags at the re-check desk, go through security, and to your departure gate.
Even if we take priority access with united for luggages, check-in and security line? Any suggestions ?
That won't help you with anything during your connection other than security. I suggest planning on spending 7 more hours in Newark as you will probably end up missing your connection and being rebooked on the 9:05 PM to Montreal (which luckily appears to have plenty of empty seats).
Any chance its better News if my flight from Lisbon arrive at terminal B and my flight to Montreal is at terminal À ?
No, that is not better news.
I am travelling from Hong Kong to Miami via Newark airport transfer. Arrival time is 1405pm and next domestic flight is 1640pm. Both flights are at the same booking.
1) is it enough time to go thru all the customs, immigration, baggage claims, re-check-in baggage?
2) we are Chinese and we will have food inside the check-in baggages, does it take longer time to go thru the immigration and customs?
3) is it easy to find out the transfer check in desk once we get our baggage from baggage claim belt?
Thanks a lot!
Yes, taht should be enough time. If the food is packaged then that's fine. If the food is unpackaged meat or fruit/vegetables, it will be thrown out, don't pack it. Yes, the transfer desk is right after you clear customs.
I'm arriving in Terminal C going to Terminal B for an international flight. What is the fasted way to get there and I do I need to go through security again? I have 2 hours between arrival and departure.
What airline are you flying out of Terminal B? If it's a Star Alliance airline you can take a shuttle that runs inside security.
Then yes, you can just take the shuttle from C to B.
Changing terminals ( A to C) with a super short layover and I have a disability... what is the quickest way to get fromA to C?
If you are arriving on United Express and departing on United, then there is a shuttle bus that connects A and C inside security. Otherwise you'll have to exit security and take the AirTrain. If you request wheelchair service they will take the fastest route for you.