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Newark Liberty International Airport
3 Brewster Road United States
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    Traveling to Newark Airport:

    Transportation Information:
    There are numerous public transportation options to get to Newark Liberty International Airport EWR. That said, the airport located in New Jersey is only a stone’s throw away from Manhattan across the Hudson River, meaning that driving to Newark Airport by car is generally the most convenient and least time-consuming option. The AirTrain, a public transit option to the EWR airport next to the bus, is outdated and crowded as maximum capacity has been reached. Furthermore, after the exit of the train, the walk between the NJ transit airport station and the terminals is considerable long as it does not stop nearby. Airport off-site parking with shuttle or valet service directly to the terminal is the most convenient and comfortable way. In order to save money when traveling to the NJ EWR airport by car, be sure to book Newark Airport Parking via Parkos. Click on the link and fill in your desired date of travel to have a look at the different airport parking offers at the Newark Airport.

    Not sure how to get to Newark Airport? The best address to insert into your GPS or navigation device or Maps is 10 Toler Pl, Newark, NJ 7114, zoom in onto the map, exit at the right time, and follow signs.

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    Travel Times to Newark Liberty International Airport:

    🚙 Newark to Newark Airport (EWR) 3.6 miles / 6 minutes
    🚙 Jersey City to Newark Airport (EWR) 10.6 miles / 14 minutes
    🚙 Union City to Newark Airport (EWR) 12.1 miles / 18 minutes
    🚙 New York City to Newark Airport (EWR) 12.1 miles / 18 minutes
    🚙 Brooklyn to Newark Airport (EWR) 16.6 miles / 33 minutes

    *Under normal weather and traffic conditions

    Directions to Newark Airport:

    The Newark liberty international airport is very convenient to access by car, located 15 miles southwest of Manhatten. For more particular driving directions to Newark airport ewr:

    • Driving from Long Island, Up-State New York, Massachusetts, or Connecticut, drive toward New York/NJ Turnpike (Interstate 95) through New Jersey and use the exit to Newark, follow signs, and leave at exit 13A and 14 towards the airport
    • Driving from the West, use the Interstate 78 coming out of Manhatten OR NJ Route 22 through New Jersey OR use the US1 & 9 along the Newark Bay and the Hudson River, and when you exit, follow signs indicating the Newark liberty international airport

    Once you arrive at the Newark airport, follow the signs posted to find your departure terminal.

    On the Road Information:

    We advise that you follow signs of your car to control your tire pressure, oil level, coolant, and vehicle lights before heading to the EWR airport. We also recommend that you check the pressure of your spare tire.

    Ensuring that you’ve checked your vehicle will help make sure that you’ll arrive on time without any unnecessary hindrances along the way. We also recommend that you check the travel conditions, traffic, as well as construction updates to Newark Liberty International Airport before heading to the EWR airport. According to the Newark port authority, you should arrive about two hour in advance of a domestic flight to ensure you make it through the lines on time.

    Maximum Speed: Please keep in mind that speed limits may change depending on which areas you’re traveling through on the map towards the Newark/EWR airport. It is advisable that you read the most common speed limits below for when you exit one and enter another street type to not cause troubles with traffic rights and laws:

    • Highway: 70 mph
    • City Limits: 15 to 45 mph
    • Country Roads: 55 mph

    Interesting Fact about the Newark Liberty International Airport:

    Newark Airport originally opened in 1928 and is, therefore, the oldest airport in America on the map. The airport is also the first one to build a commercial airline terminal.

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