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Newark Liberty International Airport is an airport in Newark, New Jersey, that serves New York City alongside John F. Kennedy International Airport and LaGuardia Airport. The airport is coded EWR. It is primarily used a hub for United Airlines (formerly Continental Airlines).

The airport has three terminals. A and B were built in the 1970s, and C was built in 1988. Terminal A is planned to be replaced by a new building. The terminals are linked by a monorail, which is also planned to be replaced.

  • Terminal A is used by most domestic airlines and United Express.
  • Terminal B is used by most international airlines.
  • Terminal C is used exclusively by United Airlines.