Located between Elizabeth and Newark, the Newark Liberty International Airport is located in the city of New Jersey, within walking distance of the magic New York. With traffic of over 30 million passengers annually, this airport is one of the largest United States, with 3 terminals for passengers and also some loading facilities.
One of the most important companies operatives at the airport is Continental Airlines, which, on the other hand, occupies an entire terminal. The FedEx and United Airlines are in air cargo.
The airport terminals and car parks are connected by a monorail, the AirTrain, which also connects with Amtrak trains and NJ Transit, which provide services to cities Philadelphia, New York and Trenton and other major cities. Who manages the airport is the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.
Originally, the airport was called Newark International Airport, Adding the term Freedom as after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 in World Trade Center as a way to honor the victims. The airport is also the endpoint of the longest commercial flight in the world to Singapore and the trip is 18 hours.
Terminal “A” serves a number of bridges U.S. and Canada, while Terminal B receives direct international services mostly from Latin America, Europe and Asia. By Continental Airlines and Continental Express (subsidiary) operates exclusively in the Terminal “C”.