In October 2018, Newark Liberty International Airport broke ground on Terminal One, a $2.7 billion project aimed at providing an efficient layout, as well as a modern look to one of the oldest airports in the country. Replacing Terminal A, which served more than 11 million passengers in 2017, Terminal One will be T-shaped, allowing passengers more space to check in with 18 security screening lanes.
Accommodating nearly 14 million passengers on an annual basis, Newark’s Terminal One will operate on three levels, and Terminal One gates will be able to host larger aircraft. With top-of-the-line digital technology and modern dining and retail choices, the new Terminal One will be 20% larger than the old Terminal A. With predictions of 23,000 new jobs paying $1.9 billion at least, the Terminal One project is expected to boost $4.6 billion in regional economic activity.
United Airlines to Benefit
United Airlines, the major carrier out of Newark and the predominant user of Terminal A’s 29 gates, will most benefit from Terminal One, which will resolve the issues of long check-in lines with inefficient screening, as well as insufficient amenities. Terminal One will boast 33 gates and one million square feet.
Port Authority’s Largest Investment.
The Terminal One project is the biggest individual investment the Port Authority has made in New Jersey. Across both New York and New Jersey, the Port Authority is in the middle of several projects, including LaGuardia and John F. Kennedy airport new facilities, rebuilding midtown’s bus terminal, and the George Washington Bridge rehabilitation. Between Newark, LaGuardia, and John F. Kennedy, the Port Authority is investing $28 billion in regional airports via private and public funding.
Munich Airport International to Operate Terminal One
Munich Airport International (MAI) and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYN) have agreed that MAI will operate the new Terminal One upon completion. MAI’s subsidiary EWR Terminal One LLC will not only operate but also maintain the 33 gate terminal. Part of an award-winning company, MAI is also joining management for John F Kennedy International Airport’s Terminal One project.
Since 1928: Newark Liberty Airport
Serving 43 million passengers each year, Newark Airport opened in 1928. In 1948, the Port Authority took over management. And then in 1973, the Port Authority built most of the current facilities.
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