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Why Fly to Newark?

Though it’s New Jersey’s largest city, Newark is often overshadowed by its neighbor across the Hudson River, Manhattan. But rather than look at cheap flights to Newark as simply a means of getting to New York City, consider spending a trip on the Jersey side of the river to enjoy Newark’s dramatic architecture, delectable ethnic eateries and impressive museums.

Before you finalize your travel dates, check to see what performances and special events are going on at venues like the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, Symphony Hall and Prudential Center, home to the New Jersey Devils NHL team.

Which Airlines Fly to Newark?

Newark’s air traffic flows into Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR), one of the busiest airfields in the nation and the second busiest in the New York City area. It is a major hub for Continental Airlines, Newark’s biggest air carrier with nonstop flights arriving from more than 60 destinations around the world. Other national airlines with direct flights into Newark include Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, American Eagle, Delta, Frontier, JetBlue, Southwest, United and US Airways.

Newark Flight Tips

If flying direct is important to you and your closest airport doesn’t offer nonstop flights, consider searching for flights through airports slightly farther away. Direct flights into Newark are so widespread, a short drive could save you a several hours-long layover. Compare flights to New York as you make your travel plans.

Quick Travel Guide to Newark

Your sightseeing can begin shortly after touching down at Newark Liberty International by hopping on the New Jersey Transit rail and riding to Newark Penn Station, the city’s railway hub. The station itself is noted for its remarkable design based on elements of Art Deco and Neoclassicism, and was among the final buildings designed by McKim, Mead and White, a notable architecture firm that designed some of the most famous structures in New Jersey, New York and New England.

Afterward, stroll through the scenic campus of nearby Rutgers University en route to the Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart, one of the nation’s largest cathedrals and a stunning monument to French Gothic design. The adjacent Branch Brook Park is filled with over 4,000 cherry blossom trees -- more than the famous groves in Washington D.C. -- which draw annual crowds for their spectacular spring blooms.

While enjoying the sights of the Brick City, you can stay in any of several urban and luxurious Newark hotels that rival those in nearby New York. And when you want to look beyond the city, public transportation puts you within easy reach of the great attractions in New Jersey’s Hoboken, Jersey City and Orange.

 
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