Your Gateway to the Future
Opening in phases beginning in 2021, Terminal One will accommodate 50 percent more passengers than the current terminal and provide a far-greater level of service for travelers. It is expected to be fully open in 2022.
The existing terminal, which opened in 1973 and suffers from frequent delays and overcrowding, will soon be just a memory. In its place, travelers will enjoy the world-class Terminal One, designed as a multi-level, T-shaped structure with three concourse piers connected to a central head house to optimize space and efficiency for passengers and aircraft alike.
The LEED Silver-rated Terminal One will incorporate a variety of sustainable concepts and is designed with the potential to expand from its current 33-gate plan to a 45-gate configuration. A pedestrian bridge, constructed with passenger convenience in mind, will link the terminal, its adjacent parking garage, and the airport’s AirTrain rail system.
The elegant, striking styling of Terminal One’s exterior provides a hint of what awaits travelers inside. After clearing an efficient passenger screening process, travelers will be greeted by an eclectic, inviting assortment of eateries and concessions while they wait to depart.
As the nation’s 15th busiest airport, Newark Liberty International is one of the most important transportation hubs in the country, serving more than 40 million passengers annually.