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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.
UK citizen flying into Newark from Dayton and then Flying out of Newark to Amsterdam with Delta. Is there a terminal change how long should I allow? I have a choice of 1hr 30 mins or 5hr 30 mins.
You will arrive and depart from Terminal A but the two gate areas aren't connected inside security. 90 minutes isn't enough time if you have checked bags as you will have to transfer them yourself.
Hi, I have a flight that comes in to newark from san jose at 2:49 pm in terminal B... the thing is my layover is only 40 minutes, and the connectingg flight leaves from terminal C at 3:29... is there any possible way this works out for me?
San Jose Costa Rica or California? Are both flights on United?
I have 1 hour to get from Terminal 1 to 3, already pre cleared customs no checked baggage. Is this enough time? Thanks!
Newark doesn't have a terminal 1 or a Terminal 3. Please double check your reservation. Where are you flying from and to and on what airline?
I will be returning from Frankfurt on a United flight in October and need to connect from EWR to St. Louis. Will I be better off connecting on a United flight, or Southwest, or will it matter? In other words, is the departure gate for United or Southwest likely to be closer to the international arrival gate for United?
United will be much easier as you can have your bags tagged to St. Louis and don't have to transfer them between terminals yourself after clearing Customs.
Arriving from OSL and have a 2 hr layover before connecting flight (AA) to CLT departing at terminal A. Do I need to pick up my luggage and re-check or will it go all the way through? And if I need to re-check baggage, where will I find the re-check counter? How do I get to terminal A?
Are both flights on the same reservation or two separate reservations?
They are on the same reservation.
You will go through US Immigration, claim your bags, go through US Customs, re-check your bags at the re-check desk (right after customs), take the AirTrain to Terminal A and go through security and to your departure gate.
I will be connecting at Newark in the A2 gates area. I wish to visit the Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge (Priority Pass access), which I believe is in the A1 gate area. Is there any way to pass between the A2 and A1 gates without having to clear security each time?
No, there is not.
Hi, I will be traveling with my family of 4 (1 yr old and 3 yr old) seated in the 2nd to last row of the plane and flying United Airlines for both flights. We are arriving at 703pm in EWR and departing for Lisbon at 820pm. I believe both arriving and departing gates in EWR are terminal C. My question is will we have enough time assuming there isn't a delay? Will we need to recheck our baggage and go through security again? Thank you in advance for your feedback.
As long as you are arriving on a domestic flight, that will not be an issue. Transiting between the C gates is very easy, as you just simply walk to your next gate. No passing through security required. Domestic arrivals do not require you to re-check your bag.

If you are arriving in Terminal A or B, they have an airside bus (so you do not have to pass through security) to get to terminal C. The bus departs around every 15 minutes, and is easy to use. So no, I would not stress at all - assuming that your 19:03 arrival is relatively on-time.
Hello. I have to fly to Vienna at the end of April; I'm flying from Detroit to Newark, landing at 3:46pm, and my Austrian Airlines flight departs at 5:50pm. Will I have enough time to recheck my bags (I'm not sure if I will need to go through security again) and get to terminal B?

Thank you!
Is it one reservation or two separate reservations? What airline are you flying to Newark?
Two reservations, I'm flying to Newark with Delta
Both flights will be in Terminal B, but you will have to claim your bags, re-check them with Austrian, and go through security. You have enough time if the flight from Detroit is on-time, but not much to spare.