Terminal B Map

Terminal B is the second terminal of Newark Liberty International Airport that works with passengers. The terminal opens all day long. You can receive easy, quick, and free transfers to Terminal A and Terminal C.

As we can see there are three sections with twenty-eight gates in total. This design allows separating people’s flows effectively. Terminal B was renewed after reconstruction in 2008 which lets everyone more places to wait and relax.

Terminal B airport EWR Guide

Terminal B is featured in four levels. The first level includes places with sits where you can relax and wait for your relatives or start your check-in. There’s a restroom, an elevator for the disabled, and escalators. From it, we can transfer to all gates without wasting time. The second floor includes resting areas, cafeterias, and restaurants. The third level is featured car rental, elevators, escalators, and baggage claim services. The next level can be used for picking up a bus, taxi, and AirTrain or Shuttle Bus that provide a free transition between terminals. Anyway, you can walk to them. There’s parking for everyone in the Terminal B area. If you are a driver and want to pick a person up, you have to drive to the fourth terminal and call them.

Gate level

This level houses the airport lounges and the boarding gates B1, B2 and B3.


  • Concourse B1: has gates B40, B41A, B41B, from B43 to B45, B46A, B46B, B47.
  • Concourse B2: has gates B51-B57.
  • Concourse B3: has gates B60-B63, B65-B68.

There’s a list of airlines that work from Terminal B:

  • British Airways
  • Delta Air Lines
  • Allegiant Air
  • Scandinavian Airlines
  • Singapore Airlines
  • Air Canada
  • American Airlines
  • American Shuttle

The boarding process takes some time because you need at least an hour to check in on the flights within a country and two hours for international flights.

There are various places to chill:

  • Restaurants
  • Cafeterias
  • ATM of various banks
  • Currency exchange offices
  • Medical offices
  • Help with accessibility for disabled
  • Information office
  • Waiting for places
  • Elevators
  • Stairs
  • Escalators
  • Red Cross and other volunteer organizations

Shops in treminal B

If you are going to depart you have to proceed with several simple but important steps.

You should purchase tickets and book a hotel. What you have to do first is up to you.

There are various restrictions on items that can be brought into your baggage. These requirements are needed to prevent explosions and other dangerous activities in the airplane.
You have to be on time in the airport with all your baggage and documents.

You should check in with your airline, pass the baggage, and receive a boarding pass.

The next step is a security check where you have to pass all your items and go through a metal detector plus visual checking. If everything is alright, you can pick your items up. This procedure takes up to five minutes but a queue can long up to thirty minutes. After picking all your items, you can go ahead.

If it’s an international flight, you go to the customs officer that allows or does not allows you to leave the country.

After this, you can go to the area with gates to wait for your flight.

When it’s time, you will be informed that boarding on your airplane has started.You provide your board pass and documents and you can proceed to a bus that delivers passengers to the airplane.