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It’s much easier to get your entire group to and from Newark Liberty International Airport by bus. Curbside drop-off is the best way to make your travels hassle-free and it eliminates any need to worry about rental vehicles. Your group size isn’t restrictive when it comes to finding a rental bus because there are many different bus sizes to choose from. You can select a coach bus, minibus, or school bus if you’re organizing a class trip. You can also organize a shuttle service to guarantee safe transportation for your group throughout your stay.
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The Newark Liberty International Airport was formerly known as Newark Metropolitan Airport and Newark International Airport. The airport straddles the boundary of the cities of Newark and Elizabeth and lies within quick driving distance of New York City. It was the first major airport built in the United States and is now one of several major airports serving the New York metropolitan area. It is currently the third-largest cargo hub behind Chicago O’Hare Airport and Houston Intercontinental Airport and one of the largest hubs for United Airlines in the US.
Newark Liberty International Airport was first opened in 1928 and was also the first airport in the US to include a control tower. It lies about 15 miles southwest of Midtown Manhattan and 60 miles northeast of Philadelphia. It currently boasts three terminals and three runways. The most popular international routes from Newark include London, Tel Aviv, and Toronto. Domestic fliers most often find their way to Orlando, San Francisco, and Fort Lauderdale. As of 2020, Newark ranks as the fifteenth busiest airport in the US and serves about 50 airline carriers.
Are you traveling here from a nearby city? Learn more about charter bus rental in these areas, and how you can set up group transportation straight from these cities.