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.
Newark Airport opened back in 1928 and was the first airport to serve the New York metro area. Over the years, EWR has seen a variety of changes and additions, but in a new plan proposed by the Regional Plan Association, the airport could see its biggest renovation yet.
Are you a sushi lover? You probably don’t think about the delicacy when you travel through airports, but EWR is changing that with a brand new sushi market. Here, our EWR Airport parking company shares an article from Bloomberg that explores the popularity of Tsukiji Fishroom.
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.