Newark Liberty (EWR) AIRPORT TERMINAL CONNECTIONS DISCUSSION FORUM
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I have connecting flight to Vancouver, Air Canada, flight AC549, at 19:00. Will I have to clear customs/security at EWR, how to get to AC gate? Distance? Will I make my connection?
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, take the AirTrain to Terminal A and go through security and to your departure gate. I do not think you have enough time for your connection. 90 minutes would be the bare minimum.
I have a flight from milwaukee to Newark and then a flight to edinburgh: both flights are with united airlines: do I need to read-check my baggage? Are the arrival and departure terminals the same? Also, do I need to go through immigration again? Thank you!
You do not have to re-check your bags. There is no US Immigration when leaving the US. You just have to go from your arrival gate. You will likely arrive in Terminal A and depart from Terminal C. United runs a shuttle bus between them inside security.
Lauren S 01/03/2017
Thank you! So if I'm arriving at terminal A, where do I go to get a shuttle to terminal C? Also, my baggage I don't need to collect it? Will it be transported for my next flight?
I'm going from SFO to EWR and flying with United Airlines. From EWR I have a connecting flight to ANU with a layover of 46 minutes. I'm arriving on UA1796 and have to get on UA1287. Do I need to go to different terminals? And will I have to claim my baggage? Thank you.
Both flights will be in Terminal C. All you have to do is walk from your arrival gate to your departure gate. You have enough time if the flight from SFO is on-time.
I am coming in United Express from GRR to EWR, then going out on United international to NAS, but only have 45 minutes between flights. Is this going to be enough time? Didn't have a lot of other options.
It is sufficient time if everything goes perfectly. You will likely fly into Terminal A and depart from Terminal C. There is a shuttle bus between them that runs inside security. You have no time to spare.
Hi, I'm flying United to EWR from Lima and connecting from there to a Delta flight to my final destination in DTW. I bought a few liquid items at duty free and am inquiring if I am going to have to leave the terminal after immigration and go through security again for my connecting flight, therefore not being able to bring my duty free items home. Can anyone confirm how immigration works in EWR please? Thank you!
Yes, you will have to go through security again in Newark. If you have a checked bag, put your liquids in your checked bag before re-checking it with Delta. If you aren't checking a bag, you can't bring duty free liquids.
I am looking at a flight with Delta from MCI arriving 15.40 at EWR. I have an international fllight with SAS leaving for Oslo leaving 18.55 the same day. This is not the same reservation so I reckon I will have to claim my bags at EWR an re-ceck them with SAS? Will the 2.15 stop-over be enough time?
Delta does not fly from Kansas City to Newark. Please double check your reservation.
Yes you're correct. There's a transfer in Detroit. So Delta from Detroit arriving at EWR 15.40.
OK, then it's possible - if you depart at 18:55 you have 3 hrs and 15 minutes, not 2 hrs and 15 minutes, which is enough time to claim bags from Delta, re-check with SAS, and go through security. 2 hrs 15 minutes is a little more difficult but still possible. Both flights are in Terminal B.
I have a flight from YVR to EWR on United. I think I will be arriving at either Terminal B or C. I've looked at the map of EWR Terminal B, but it seems like the Airtrain is sectioned off? If I land in Terminal B, go down to the the Arrivals Level to pick up my baggage, will I be able to just easily go back up to the Concourse level to board the Airtrain? or do I have to check-in somewhere beforehand? Thanks!
If your flight is operated by United you will almost definitely arrive in Terminal C. You don't have to "check in" to ride the airtrain, regardless of what terminal you arrive in.
Thanks for the quick reply! Just to clarify, does this mean that when I get off the plane, I go down to the lower level to claim my baggage, then head back up to the upper level to board the airtrain?
That is correct.
Great! Thank you so much :)
My kids reaching at terminal A and need to connect into international flight at terminal C. How to go about this without going through security again.