Newark Liberty EWR Airport Terminal Map Overview

Main Terminal / Concourses at Newark Liberty EWR Airport

Newark Liberty Airport layout, Getting around (Terminal-to-Terminal connections, Internatioal Arrivals, Virtual Avatar, United /United Express passenger info), & Terminal details:

Newark Liberty Airport consists of three major passenger terminals – TA, TB & TC-
arranged in a semi-circle. All three Terminals have four levels:  Levels 1, 2, 3, and a Gate level between levels 2 & 3 with Gate areas 1, 2 & 3; at gate area entry is the security checkpoint.  Three escalators located at each level's center, at right & left, connect to the next level, while elevators are on both ends of levels 1-3.  Signs direct passengers to specific levels of terminals and to their services. While 25 airlines are currently serving EWR - United Airlines* is the dominant one. 
   Terminal A houses mainly domestic airlines - other than United (but including some of United Express);
   Terminal B houses all international airlines - departures & arrivals -  except that United* currently uses both Terminals B & C for international arrivals;
   Terminal C is exclusively for United's international departure, some of United's international arrivals, & for some of United Express flights. 
If arriving at EWR by AirTrain your first terminal stop after 7 minutes will be at Terminal C, with another two minutes each to Terminals B and A in that order.
Free WiFi is available in all terminals for the first 30 minutes!

Getting around: 
    Terminal to Terminal connections: 
Hop on the  AirTrain (serving pre-security, non-sterile areas on the Gate Level of all terminals and free within the Airport) and get off at your connecting terminal within minutes - however to get to your connecting gate you need to go through security check first.
You can also take the shuttle bus between TA & TC - at TA (near gate A28), TC (near gate C71) - no security check needed.
The AirTrain also takes you to the rental car facilities, hotel shuttles and central parking lots P2, 3 & 4. Furthermore, The AirTrain gets you daily, 24/7, from/to and around Newark Airport, with connections to New Jersey Transit and the rail lines that run on the Northeast Corridor and North Jersey Coast Line, as well as to/from Manhattan and points north, or Philadelphia and points south.
    International Arrivals: Unless you have gone through US customs clearance by participating airports, you need to go through passport check, retrieve checked bags, go through customs clearance and - if transferring to another flight - re-check-in bag (the tag should indicate layover and final destination Airport Codes).  To get to your connecting flight, take the Airtrain which serves all pre-security areas of all terminals.
    Airport-related information:  Aside from information counters, EWR in each terminal a 'virtual avatar' - with the likeness of a real person.

* United / United Express passengers
(both use airline code UA - tel. 1-800-241-6522):  Currently United Airlines uses for its departures TC, check-in levels 2 & 3, and for its Arrivals TB (International) & TC (Domestic & International) - both at their level 1 - while United Express uses for (a) its departures TA & TC (check-in level 3 at TA; levels 2 & 3 at TC);  and (b) its Arrivals (TB & TA on level 2, & TC on level 1).  NOTE: As of October 2015, All of United's transcontinental flights will be out of EWR, making UK arrivals transfer to domestic flights easier. As of Oct. 25, United will add more Boeing 757s to its Newark-California Fleet.  Also, at TC, United will upgrade its lobby and lounges.

TERMINAL DETAILS: 
The new Welcome Centers in the Arrivals areas of the three terminals (which also have an ATM cash machine), are staffed by Customer Care Representatives wearing red vests, who offer the following services: Ground transportation information, hotel reservations, info on shops & restaurants, rental cars and tourist attractions.   

Terminal A at Newark Liberty Airport - used for all domestic flights of  Air Canada, Alaska, American, American Eagle, Frontier, jetBlue, Southwest, United, United Express, US Airways, Virgin America & West Jet.
    Level 1 of TA offers access to the parking facilities.
    Level 2 of TA is the arrivals level with baggage claim, rental car counters, hotel phone board, bus & taxi counters.
    Level 3 of TA has 5 check-in areas and 3 security checkpoints leading to airline gate areas A1, A2 & A3.
    Gate Level of TA leads to three gate areas: Gate Area A1 (gates A10-18);  Gate Area A2 in the center (gates A20-28); and Gate Area A3 (gates A30-39).  Each gate area has an airline club lounge. ATM machines are on the Gates Level and near gate A14. Food & drink, shops & newsstands are only on this level.
The shuttle bus from Terminals A to C stops near gate A28.
NOTE: Redevelopment of Terminal A is in its planning stage.

Terminal B at Newark Liberty Airport - used for arriving & departing international flights, and by United for some international arrivals (with all others at TC) - houses  immigration/ customs facilities. Current airlines at TB:  Air France, Air India, Alitalia, Avianca, British, Deta, El Al, Icelandair, Jet Airways, LOT, Lufthansa, OpenSkies, Porter, SAS, Swiss, TAP, United & Virgin Atlantic.
TB offers an exclusive Meet & Assist Service: For Airport Concierge call 1-877-854-5472 or open: www.airportconcierge.com;  for Air General call 1-877-854-5472 or open: ww.airgeneral.com/traveler-services.
Terminal B recently completed its major overhaul which included lower-level ticket counters, in-line baggage screening, connector expansion, mid- & upper-level renovations, and upgrades on the meet & greet area. Airlines also made substantial investments (including the new Lufthansa Terminal B lounge). While the Port Authority manages the majority of TB, 15 gates in the B2/B3 satellite, & the Customs facility - Delta Air Lines manages the B1satellite with its 9 gates.
    Level 1 of TB:  opposite level 1 are three bus stops.
    Level 2 of TB is the Arrivals level with baggage claim and an information counter on opposite side. In the center is a hotel board, rental car counters, & taxi & bus desks;
    Level 3 of TB has 5 check-in areas and 3 security checkpoints leading to the Gate Level:  Gate Areas B1(managed by Delta), and B2/B3 - managed by the Port Authority.
    Gate Level of TB houses (before security check) the new British Airways Galleries lounge for its first-class & Club World (business class) passengers & Executive Club Silver & Gold members. This level has separate security checks for Gate Areas B1, B2 & B3. (Gates Area B1 is managed by Delta, while Gate areas B2/B3 are managed by the Port Authority):
    Gate Area B1 (gates B40-47) has two VIP lounges for Lufthansa & Virgin;
    Gate Area B2 (gates B51-57) in the center; has a nursing suite;
    Gate Area B3 (gates B60 to B68) has two VIP lounges; a nursing suite, currency exchange is available in the gate area B3 and at gate B61. B3 houses the Virgin Atlantic member lounge.  Food & drink, as well as retail concessions are only located in the Gate Levels, with Relay being in each gate area.

Terminal C at Newark Liberty Airport exclusively used by United & United Express airlines - note, however, that United also uses Terminal B for some international arrivals, while United Express uses Terminal A for some domestic flights.  International Arrivals at TC go through passport control and customs clearance at TC  on a separate level.
    Level 1 of TC is the arrivals level with baggage claim, information counter, taxi & bus desks; & a bus stop outside. United Airlines ticket holders can store their bags with NBS Storage at Terminal C, between baggage carousels 1 & 2.
    Level 2 of TC serves ticketing and Economy check-in, PremierAccess check-in; Global Services & BusinessFirst check-in;    An  'All Gates' level between levels 2 & 3 houses departure gates, restaurants & shops, and AirTrain Newark station.
    Level 3 of TC serves ticketing and Economy check-in, Group check-in, and Special Services. and has 3 security checkpoints leading to airline gate areas C1, C2 & C3.
    Gate level of TC leads to three gate areas: C1 is arranged in a Y-shape (gates C70-99);  C2 in the center (gates C101-C115); & C3 (gates C120-139).  The Shuttle Bus from Terminal C to Terminal A stops at gateway C1, near gate C71.
Currency Exchanges are located at: C3, near gate C132; C1, near gate C74; and two near the entrance to gateway C3.
Food & drink, as well as shops, are located on the Gates Level,  and in the three gateways. A bus stop is outside of the Lower Level, to the left.   Gateways 1 & 2 house airlines lounges.
United's new Global Services Reception Lobby - intended for its top-frequent flyers - is accessible via  premier access entry at Door 4, departures level, adjacent to C-2 security checkpoint.  Its reception area has direct access to 4 new security lanes, which can be used as TSA Pre-Check or standard lanes.
    NOTE:  Until Spring 2016,Terminal C is under redevelopment: The $120M investment is to include transformation of the terminal's interior, over 55 new dining options* (including upscale dining, retail & duty-free shops), large food halls & gourmet markets. 10,000 power outlets will be in the seating areas. Upon completion, travelers will be able to use one of the nearly 6,000 Apple iPad tables (free) to track their flight, order from chef-created menus, make travel purchases for delivery directly to their seat in the terminal - while browsing the internet.
* By mid-August 2015, restaurateur OTG opened its first wave of new dining concepts. The Gate Lounge was fitted with over 60 iPads - each with visual food and beverage menus, flight information and internet access. The area also contains more than 100 USB power ports for passengers to charge their mobile devices.




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