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Airlines Serving Newark International Airport

Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) is the third biggest hub for United Airlines, one of the major American based airlines. United Airlines also boasts the status of being the largest airline in the world when it comes to the total number of destinations offered. It's therefore not surprising that the giant airline carrier offers the most flights at Newark Liberty International Airport.

United Airlines operates flights to more than 100 different domestic and international destinations departing EWR. International service includes flights to major cities in Europe, Asia, South America, and the Middle East. The American based carrier also offers direct domestic flights to all parts throughout the United States. Some of the busiest domestic routes from EWR are operated by United Airlines and they include Orlando, Chicago, and Houston. Additionally, the company offers seasonal flights to Alaska, the Caribbean, and other remote areas. It's no wonder that United Airlines is the major link between the New York Metropolitan Area and several other continents.

United Airlines is such a major part of Newark Liberty International Airport that there is an entire terminal exclusively dedicated to it. All United Airlines flights depart from Terminal C of the airport, and this facility is actually entirely operated by the airline. Some United Airlines international flights arrive at Terminal B. Additionally, Terminal A is also used by the United Express branch of United Airlines. United Express specializes in offering flights throughout North America. Since acquiring Continental Airlines, United Airlines has expanded even more at Newark Liberty International Airport. Continental Airlines used to be one of the busiest airlines at the airport.

From Newark Liberty International Airport, the number one international destination is London Heathrow Airport. This is the only flight that British Airways offers from EWR. The British carrier is based in Terminal B. United Airlines and Virgin Atlantic Airways also link EWR Airport with London's busiest airport.

Some other major United States based airlines serving Newark Liberty International Airport include Delta Air Lines, Jetblue Airways, and US Airways. However, these American carriers only offer a small fraction of flights from EWR compared to what United Airlines provides. Being a low cost airline and operating at Terminal A, JetBlue Airways is a popular alternative choice for domestic flights to various locations throughout Florida such as Orlando, Tampa, and West Palm Beach. Delta Airlines and its various connection services operate at terminal B of Newark Liberty International Airport.

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