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I'm arriving in Newark on a Sunday at 5:20 PM on Lufthansa. I need to take Amtrak to Philadelphia (the city not the airport). My options seem to be a 6:27PM or an 8:23PM train. Is 1 hr enough to clear immigration in EWR and make it to Amtrak. US Citizen, one carry-on only.
Hi, I have flight on Air India Mumbai to Newwark. & Second flight same day evening Newyork JFK to Italy. I have C1 US transit visa & Schengen visa. Can i possible to change Airport in US Newark to Newyork JFK with C1 TRANSIT VISA.
Yes, you can use a C1 Transit Visa to change airports in the US.
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What is the quickest way to get from Newark airport to Newark Penn station?
At EWR, the Air Train connects at the Newark Penn Station (a 15 minutes trip) to the NJ Transit train headed for NY Penn station; taking 30 mins. The AirTrain entry/exit fee of $5.50 is included on New Jersey Transit tickets to/from the Airport. The AirTrain stations at each of the 3 terminals have ticket AirTrain ticket counters at their arrivals level.
United operates a shuttle from the B3 satellite to C. If you will be coming into another satellite of B or on an international flight into B, take the AirTrain instead. http://www.united.com/web/en-us/content/travel/airport/maps/ewr.aspx
I'll be coming on United from Chicago what terminal will I end up on A or C? and where would I meet an appointed pick from Groundlink? B-1 or C-1?
While Terminal C is the exclusive United Airlines terminal, United & United Express also use Terminal A for some flights. (Terminal B is for international arrivals, other than United). Don't understand your second Q.
Where exactly is the Bus Service terminal to Allentown, PA. Is it in the terminal? It's part of my trip itinerary, so my wait is about 4 hrs (I'm so hoping it's inside).
Buses stop in front of each of the 3 EWR terminals. For schedule open http://www.transbridgelines.com/daily.htm. Alternatively, you could take the Olympic Bus service to midtown Manhattan, with its first stop at the huge Bus Terminal on 42d Street/8th Avenue, serving all buses, private and public.
I will be arriving on a Saturday evening (international flight) to EWR and need to get to Fair Lawn, NJ. what would be the least expensive way to do this? is it safe to take the NJ train (change at secaucus) at that hour? is there some kind of shared van that is available?
This is what I found at Wiki Fair Lawn, N.J.: "Fair Lawn is served by the Radburn and Broadway train stations on the New Jersey Transit Bergen County Line. The stations offer service to Hoboken Terminal, with connections at Secaucus Junction to Penn Station in midtown Manhattan and to most other New Jersey Transit train lines. New Jersey Transit buses include the 144, 148, 160, 164 and 196 routes to the Port Authority Bus Terminal in midtown Manhattan; the, 171, 175 to the George Washington Bridge Bus Terminal; and the 746, 758 and 770 lines, offering local service." In my opinion, it would be easiest for you to take the bus into NYC: 1. The 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.