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.
When you think about airport food, you probably don’t think about delectable eats. However, when it comes to Newark Airport food, it’s a different story. Ever since the airport made some renovations, it’s become a place where travelers can grab a delicious bite to eat before or after their trip. Here, we share a casual Thrillist article that gives you the best places to eat in each terminal.
At our Newark Airport parking facility, we know that one of the hardest parts of taking a vacation is knowing what to pack – and it gets especially difficult when there are items you can and can’t bring in your carry-on luggage.
If you opened up a secret restaurant, what would you name it? Confidential? Top-Secret? Classified? The latter is the name United chose for the secluded restaurant that it recently opened in Terminal C at Newark Airport.