Newark Liberty (EWR) AIRPORT TERMINAL CONNECTIONS DISCUSSION FORUM
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We land inEWR from DTW and need to get to the international terminal (gate unknown). What is the route?
If both flights are on United then you will arrive in Terminal A or C and depart from Terminal C. If you arrive in Terminal A, you can take a shuttle inside security to C. If you arrive in C, you just walk to your departure gate.
Hi - I'm flying United from Boston to Newark (landing in terminal C) and then flying Delta from Newark to SLC (Leaving from terminal B). I have a very tight connection - about 30 minutes. I'm getting spooked by all this talk about the monorail and the possibility of having to go through security again (?!?... is that just international??)... Which way does the monorail travel? Can I go straight from C to B? Is it possible to walk? How long do I realistically need to do this? Thank you!!
This is not a realistic connection. The only way you could maybe make it is take the United shuttle bus from gate C71 to concourse B1, where United has a few domestic gates. Luckily this is also the concourse that Delta uses. The shuttle bus runs inside security but it does not run frequently.
Is there anyway to find out the typical schedule of the shuttle bus? I essentially have no other option than to attempt this connection. It appears that the incoming flight typically "docks" between 6:05am-6:15am (per flight aware) and the outgoing Delta flight will START boarding at 6:30am (with a cutoff of 6:50am). If I sit in the front of the plane, don't have to exit security, and can home-alone-it to the bus, I'm thinking I have a chance? Is there anyway to pay for an airport guide?
There's a chance. There's no such thing as an "airport guide".
Just an update, I made it with about 20-30 minutes to spare. We landed early and the United shuttle bus to terminal B worked like a dream. I was off the plane and at terminal B in less than 10 minutes.
I'm looking at a flight from Tortolla BVI to San Juan to Newark to Halifax..I'm assuming I'll go through customs in San Juan so I'm wondering if 1hr 5 mins is enough connection time in Newark to catch my flight to Halifax..YHZ.
Yes, that is enough time. If both flights are on United then that is enough time in Newark. All you do is go from your arrival gate to your departure gate. If you depart from Terminal A, it is connected to Terminal C where you arrive inside security by a shuttle bus that leaves from near gate C71.
Hello, Ive got a flight with Norwegian Airlines from Rome FCO to EWR, then EWR to RDU on United Airlines. I land in Terminal B at 9pm at EWR on a Thursday, my connecting flight is in Terminal C departing at 10pm. I'm a little worried I might miss my connection. Should I be? Thanks.
**Edit-- More info -- I have no checked baggage. Only Carry ons. Thanks again!
You have zero chance of making that connection, even with no checked bags.
What if I got Global Entry and TSA-precheck? Just curious, if those are actually worth getting. Thanks
With those you might have a slight chance if everything went perfectly and you were already checked in online for your United flight.
Travelling from Manchester to Los Angeles, change flights, arrive at Newark int terminal B, change to terminal C for onward journey, do we have to collect luggage? At terminal B for connecting fight?
Yes, you will have to claim your bags after going through US Immigration to go through US Customs, then you can re-check your bags at the re-check desk. Your flight to Los Angeles will depart from Terminal C if it is on United.
Before I purchase my flight from Atlanta to Glasgow, UK, I would like to know if my 1 hr 28 min connection through Newark will be long enough for both my luggage and me to make the flight to Glasgow. Not sure what I need to go through after landing in Newark from Atlanta. Thanks.
Yes, that is enough time. All you have to do in Newark on the way to Glasgow is go from your arrival gate to your departure gate.
Hi there. I'm travelling from Edinburgh to Newark and then from Newark to Orlando with United Airlines. I arrive in Newark terminal B at 1210 and depart at 1355 terminal C for Orlando. Is this enough time to get through customs, immigration and baggage and make the flight? Thanks Martin
Hi Martin that is the exact flight I am on September 6 and has me a little worried
That is just enough time if everything goes smoothly.
I'm looking at a United ticket that from Montreal (YUL) to EWR, Then from EWR to San Francisco (SFO) with a 56 minute connection at about 8am.
Is this enough time to make the connection? Will my 2 flights likely be in the same terminal? And would I clear US customs in Canada before leaving? (I know I have done this when flying from YVR before)
Yes, you will pre-clear US Immigration and Customs in Montreal so all you have to do in Newark is go from your arrival gate to your departure gate. However, you will likely arrive in Terminal A and depart from Terminal C. United runs a shuttle bus inside security between their gates in A and C. You have enough time.
Traveling from Milan to SFO with a connection at EWR. Both flights are United on one ticket. Is 2 hours enough time to make the connection? Ticket says terminal change. Also would we go through customs at EWR or SFO? Thanks
Yes, that should be just enough time. 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 C if you arrive in B, then go through security.
Arriving from Cancun with United Airlines at Terminal B .Onward flight to Dublin also with United departing from Terminal C.Do I need to go through immigration control or can I proceed direct to my flight to Dublin
You have to 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 Terminal C and go through security.
Following your input contacted United ---your response seems to be totally incorrect---baggage will be booked from Cancun direct to Dublin--boarding cards will be issued in Cancun for final leg of trip---Cheers JCD