New York Newark Airport

The Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) is one of the key aviation facilities serving New York City. Situated in the state of New Jersey, across the river from the main part of New York City, this is one of the oldest air facilities in the United States, having been established in the 1920s.

This is one of the busiest airports in the world, seeing almost 40 million people transit through its three terminals each year. The amenities within the airport are very comprehensive, with facilities that have been updated regularly. You will be able to access financial services like foreign exchange counters, ATMs, and a full bank service in Terminal C. There is a medical centre, business facilities, and executive lounges.

Communication comes in the form of internet stations (for those without mobile devices), payphones, and free WiFi throughout the airport. Passengers will also be impressed by the range of eateries that operate out of this airport, with kiosks selling juices, pretzels, donuts and coffee, to cafes, sit-down restaurants, and bars, all serving a variety of international and local cuisine. And for shopping, there are newsagents, travel accessory stores, souvenir shops, cosmetic brands, and duty-free outlets. Other neat features are a spa, and shoe shine services.

There is an AirTrain that links all three terminals and their car parks, making transport between them fast and easy. There are several information desks you can go to if you are feeling lost.

Flying to New York City from Australia can be done with United, Air Canada, Delta, American Airlines, Virgin Australia, Air New Zealand, Hawaiian Airlines, China Airlines, and Qantas.

Travel Information

·         There are courtesy telephones for car hire in the airport, which you can use to contact your preferred rental agency, or use Skyscanner's search tool to organise a car in advance of your arrival. Hop on the I-78 Express E/Phillipsburg-Newark Expressway, and then go through the Holland Tunnel to get to Manhattan.

·         Rail services connect the airport to the city via the AirTrain to the Amtrak, and you can get to most parts of New York via the train and the subway system.

·         Buses operate to Grand Central Station in about 90-120 minutes and will cost around 16USD ($21). If you’d like to have transport arranged for when you arrive, organise an airport transfer in advance.

·         Taxis are the most expensive form of transport, and you can pick them up outside any of the terminals. You should expect the fare to land between 50-90USD ($65-117), not including tip or tolls.


Please note that information is correct as of February 2017

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New York Newark Airport

233 Park Avenue South,
9th Floor,
New York,
NY 10003,

Tel:+1 (1)212 4353772
Fax:+1 (1)212 4353825


The Port Authority of NY & NJ

 Location Details

Longitude:74° 10' 18'' W
Latitude:40° 41' 44'' N

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