If like the rest of us it’s been a while since you’ve traveled, you may be scratching your head trying to remember what you can and can’t pack in a carry on. We all try to avoid checking a suitcase, so it’s important to know what’s allowed in a carry on the plane with you.
If you haven’t flown in a while, navigating the airport may seem like a daunting task. Will it be crowded? Has the layout changed? What about new TSA procedures? Where should I park? These are all valid questions and we’re here to help you.
One of the great debates in travel circles is how early you should arrive at Newark International Airport before your flight. There are many schools of thought on this matter. Some travelers prefer to arrive hours before their scheduled flight.
Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) is one of the busiest airports in the U.S., seeing more than 43 million passengers on an annual basis. EWR is located approximately 10 miles outside of New York City and serves as one of three main airports in the New York metropolitan area.
After you book your flight, hotel, and rental car for your business trip or vacation, the next thing you’ll have to worry about is airport parking. At NALTP, we suggest you skip the Newark Airport parking lots and make a reservation with us instead. If you do, here’s what you’ll avoid.