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Airport Shuttle Service
There are many ways to get around at Newark Liberty International Airport but one of the most common ways is the free monorail system that connects the parking lots with the terminals, as well as terminal to terminal. You may also travel around by bus such as NJT buses or go bus 28. The airport also supplies taxis and private limousines, or car services.

Area Hotels
There are plenty of hotels in the area to accommodate your needs and your budget. If you're looking for a simple, affordable hotel then you should try out Days inn or Days Hotel.

If you are looking for something a little more expensive, with a touch of class, you can try the Marriott, Courtyard, Spring Hill Suites, Ramada, Fairfield Inn and Residence Inn. Newark Liberty International Airport is located at 3 Brewster Road, Newark, NJ 07114.

EWR History
Newark Liberty International is the New York metropolitan area's first major airport. It was built by the city of Newark in October of 1928. Like JFK and LGA the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey operates the EWR airport under a lease with the city of Newark and has since 1948. From Midtown Manhattan to Newark International Airport it is about 18 miles and a 20 to 60 minute drive.

Newark Liberty International started off on 68 acres of Marshland and has become one of the busiest commercial airports in the world. Since its humble beginnings EWR has experienced massive growth. In 2001 EWR surpassed JFK in total number of passangers by nearly 2 million passangers. In the 50s the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey added an instrument runway, a terminal building, a control tower and an air cargo center.

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Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR)
Newark Airport EWR
Newark Airport was the first major airport in the New York area when it officially opened in 1928. Newark Liberty International Airport has some of the world’s longest non-stop airline flight routes.

Enjoy Your Freedom With Newark
Newark Liberty International Airport is actually not only in Newark, but also in Elizabeth, New Jersey, straddling across the boundaries. This airport serves the New York metropolitan area. The airport lies about 15 miles southwest of Manhattan, and is the New York AND New Jersey’s busiest airport.

All of the airports in the New York metro area combined make up the largest system of airports in the United States. Newark however handles 35,016,236 passengers and is the third largest hub for United Airlines, which is great because it is their largest tenant.

Newark Liberty International Airport is such a beautiful and sophisticated airport, a view from the top would take your breath away. It is actually surrounded by water, which gives passengers a beautiful view when lifting off. Newark has two major runways and one smaller one.

This elegant airport opened in 1928, only on not even 70 acres of land and look at how large they are now. Such an amazing success story as much as it is beautiful. They were the first airport in New York City to serve passengers. Although Newark Liberty has had some back and forth tug of war games as to who owns it and who doesn’t, but the airport has pulled together and become one of the largest and busiest in the United states today.

Perhaps though the most amazing attribute about this airport is that it has not always been named Newark Liberty International Airport. No, it was once named Newark International Airport. So why the name change? Well on September 11th, 2001 as we all know, United Airlines Flight 93 was hijacked while on route from Newark, so Newark International decided to pay its respects and changed its name to Newark Liberty in honor of the 9/11 attack and also to landmark the Statue of Liberty which is only 7 miles east from this airport.

EWR airport was originally named Newark Airport but later renamed to Newark International Airport. EWR airport is an international airport near Newark and Elizabeth, New Jersey. Newark airport is operated and managed by the Port Authority of New Jersey and New York. Newark’s EWR is the 10th busiest airport in the U.S. and the 5th busiest international gateway under JFK which ranks first. Find reservations for Newark Hotel Shuttles at competitive rates.

The Newark Airport (EWR) is located 5 miles of the downtown and is the largest city in New Jersey. This is a gateway to New Jersey and is mainly used by many.

Newark, NJ features museums like the Newark Museum, which features 80 galleries of science and art, a tiny zoo, planetarium, the caf’, and auditorium, a garden, and a Ballantine house. You can stroll around the Military Park where you’ll find the Wars of America Monument. You may attend the Symphony hall, an NHL game with the NJ Devils at the Prudential Center.


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EWR Airport Facts
The closest major convention center to the Newark airport is the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. The Javits Convention Center houses 814,400 square feet of exhibit space and is located from 34th to 39th Streets just off of 11th Ave on Manhattan’s West Side. The facility hosts nearly 100 major conventions and trade shows annually. Some of the trade shows at the center include PC Expo, the Latino Book & Family Festival, the NY International Boat Show, MacWorld, NY International Gift Fair, the New York International Auto Show, the International Contemporary Furniture Fair, the International Hotel/Motel & Restaurant Show, Internet World, and the American International Toy Fair.

The Convention Center was designed by I.M. Pei and is one of New York City’s premiere event centers. The Jacob Javits Center opened in 1986 and covers 1.86 million square feet. It includes a 2500 seat auditorium, a 150-foot-high lobby dubbed the Crystal Palace and ample exhibition halls and meeting rooms. The center is outside of Manhattan near the Lincoln Tunnel which makes it easily accessible by car and train.

One unique characteristic of Newark International Airport is its great quality restraunts and shops. In fact it won two awards in the Airports Council International-North America’s fith annual Excellence in Airports Concessions Contest. The contest was judged by experts in the concessions, retail and marketing fields.

Contact Information
Newark Liberty International Airport
1 Brewster Road
Newark, New Jersey
Airport Code: EWR

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