Frequently Asked Questions
How can I travel between terminals at EWR?
The AirTrain connects with all terminals as well as valet parking, rental cars, and hotel services. It’s free to use within the airport. Passengers may connect with NJ Transit and Amtrak at the Rail Link Station, however AirTrain fare will be added to your train ticket.
Is there free WiFi available at the airport?
Yes, Newark Airport has free unlimited high speed WiFi.
_Free EWR WiFi and Boingo Hotspot can both be used to connect to the internet.
Are there designated locations for Uber or Lyft pickup?
There is not a separate location for ride-share services. Passengers using their mobile phone to order their ride can meet their drivers at passenger pick up areas outside of each terminal.
Where are the hotel shuttles located?
The Marriott Hotel shuttle makes stop at level 1 in each terminal. Please look for the green signs outside of level 1 labeled “Marriott Hotel Shuttle” for the specific waiting location. All other hotel shuttles pick up at AirTrain station P4. Please note that some run on a regular schedule while others require a scheduled arrangement to be made. Contact your specific hotel to check.
Where are car rentals located?
Most rental car companies are located at station P3, accessible via the AirTrain. For ACE, Drivo, and Fox Rent A Car please contact the company directly to arrange a terminal pickup. Action Car Rental and Routes Car Rental have shuttle service from station P4 on the AirTrain.
What are the options for short and long-term parking at EWR and the rates for each?
Short-term parking lots are located outside of Terminals A, B, and C.
Rates are $4 for a half hour, $8 for one hour and $4 for each half hour after that with a maximum rate of $39 for one 24 hour period. Maximum 30 days.
Long term economy parking is also available with rates starting at $18 for the first 24 hours. Free shuttle service is available to and from level 1 of each terminal to the On-Airport Economy Lot.
Further details, as well as information on how to pay for parking and rates for individuals with disabilities, can be found here.
What is the best way to travel to Manhattan from EWR?
There are several ways to get into Manhattan from Newark Liberty International Airport.
Passengers can take the Newark Express Bus to the Port Authority Bus Terminal, Grand Central Station or Bryant Park. The bus schedule, ticket pricing and booking options can be found here.
Passengers can also take the AirTrain to the Newark Liberty Airport (Rail Link) Station and from there buy a ticket to NY Penn Station as an alternative route into Manhattan. The ride is approximately 30 minutes and costs $15.75 (AirTrain fare included).
Taxis are also available outside of each terminal. Fares start at $50 (toll + tip are additional).
Do I need REAL ID to travel? My ID recently expired, can I still travel domestically within the U.S.?
Please visit the TSA website to view information on ID requirements for travel as well as temporary exemptions when traveling with an expired license.
What do I do if I’ve left an item behind on the plane or in the terminals?
For items left behind at a security checkpoint please visit tsa.gov and search for Newark Airport to fill out an online form.
For items lost within the terminal, gates, or on the AirTrain, please visit panynj.lostandfoundsite.com to file a claim.
For items left behind on the plane, please contact your airline directly.
For United Airlines aircrafts, gates, and terminals ONLY, please visit united.com/lob or call 800-335-2247.
What are the COVID-19 travel restrictions and requirements to enter the state of NJ?
Visit the NJ COVID-19 Information Hub for up-to-date info on COVID-19 travel restrictions and guidelines for the state of New Jersey.
Are there COVID-19 testing sites at Newark Liberty International Airport?
XpresChck COVID testing sites are located in Terminal B (Level 3, Door 1) as well as in Terminal C (Level 1, near baggage carousel 7). Please visit xprescheck.com for further information such as pricing and hours of operation.