Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) is a major international airport located within the city limits of both Newark and Elizabeth, New Jersey in the United States. It serves as a gateway to points in Europe and is jointly owned by the cities of Newark and Elizabeth. This article will provide an overview of EWR's location, ownership, distance from NYC/Manhattan, and traveling options.
Location of EWR
EWR is situated 4.8 kilometers south of Downtown Newark (New Jersey) and 14 kilometers west-southwest of the borough of Manhattan (New York).
How To Get To Newark Airport?
Newark Liberty International Airport is jointly owned by the cities of Newark and Elizabeth.
Where Is Newark Airport?
Distance from NYC/Manhattan
The airport is about 15 miles (24km) southwest of Midtown Manhattan and 60 miles (97 km) northeast of Philadelphia, serving both metropolitan areas.
Where Is Ewr Airport?
Traveling to EWR
There are several ways to travel to Newark Liberty International Airport:
- Taxi/rideshare services: Hiring a taxi or rideshare service is best to avoid using public transportation services or driving to Newark Airport. Taxi service can cost you anything around $15-18 from Newark city to EWR Airport. The service costs you around $50-75 while traveling from NYC or Manhattan, excluding tolls and surcharges.
- Bus Services: NJ Transit provides bus services from the Port Authority Bus Terminal in midtown Manhattan to Newark Liberty International Airport Terminals A, B, and C.
- Train Services: Amtrak’s Northeast Regional train connects Newark Penn Station with Washington D.C., Baltimore, Philadelphia, and other locations along the East Coast.
- Car Rental Services: Hertz, Budget, Enterprise, and National are some of the car rental companies that offer services at EWR.