At Value Parking, we love taking advantage of the many destinations served by Newark International Airport. Together with La Guardia and John F. Kennedy, the three airports create the largest airport system in the U.S. Here are some other fun facts about EWR.
Flying can be exciting, but it can also be stressful – especially if you’re flying into or out of a major airport. Many of the busiest airports see more than 50 million passengers every year, which makes them a little intimidating if you’ve never been to one. Here are the top 20 busiest airports in the world.
Have you ever wondered how Newark Liberty International Airport got the airport code “EWR?” Or why Chicago O’Hare International Airport is called “ORD?” It may seem like these letters (also called “International Air Transport Association Location Identifiers”) are completely random, but there’s a reason for each code.
Lately, airport security lines have become a problem in major airports across the country (including Newark Airport). Many travelers have been experiencing longer-than-normal wait times and some have even missed their flights because of the number of travelers passing through security. These latest apps, however, are aiming to make airport travel easier.
If you regularly fly into and out of Newark Airport, you don’t have much to worry about as far as severe weather conditions, stop-short runways, or high elevations. However, there are several airports around the world that are considered very dangerous to land at and take off from. Here are seven you’ll probably want to avoid.
According to the Wall Street Journal, the U.S. Justice Department recently filed an antitrust lawsuit against United Continental Holdings Inc. This lawsuit seeks to block United from acquiring more landing slots at Newark Liberty International Airport.
These days, we’re making more and more use of renewable energy sources like the sun, the ocean, and the wind, and there are many buildings in the world using them – including airports. Not only are the greenest airports in the world using renewable energy sources, but some are also making use of recycled materials, energy efficient lighting, and heat-reflecting construction.