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Table 11.I.B

New york City (NYC)
Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) - Statistics
2003-2013

 
     
  Year Aircraft
Movements
Passengers Air Cargo
(tons)
Air Mail
(tons)
 
 
2013
413,744
35,016,236
662,422
54,677
 
 
2012
414,061
33,993,962
741,276
79,391
 
 
2011
409,988
33,701,031
812,341
84,603
 
 
2010
403,339
33,060,344
860,970
82,479
 
 
2009
411,176
33,399,207
761,921
97,441
 
 
2008
434,053
35,360,848
869,450
108,558
 
 
2007
435,931
36,367,210
953,556
109,062
 
 
2006
445,258
35,634,699
968,528
95,658
 
 
2005
436,244
33,078,473
957,603
90,169
 
 
2004
437,446
31,893,372
995,256
90,564
 
 
2003
406,879
29,450,514
975,595
84,591
 
     
 

Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR)

 
 
  • Operated by: The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey under a lease with the City of Newark since March 22, 1948.
  • Location: EWR is located in Essex and Union Counties between the New Jersey Turnpike, U.S. Routes 1 and 9 and I-78, and is about 16 miles from midtown Manhattan.
  • Size: EWR consists of 2,027 acres and has about 110 aircraft gates.
  • Central Terminal Area: The 425-acre oval Central Terminal consists of three passenger terminals; Terminals A, B, and C. Terminal A accommodates 27 gates, Terminal B accommodates 23 gates, and Terminal C accommodates 60 gates.
  • Approximately 50 scheduled airlines operate out of EWR.
  • Employment and Economic Impact: Over 24,000 people are employed at the airport. EWR contributes about $11.3 billion in economic activity to the NY/NJ metropolitan region including about $3.3 billion in wages and salaries for about 110,000 jobs derived from airport activity.
  • AirTrain: In the fall of 2001, AirTrain Newark began service to the new Northeast Corridor Station (NEC) where passengers can connect to NJ Transit and Amtrak rail lines. The AirTrain/NEC connection provides an all-rail link between the airport and NYC, Philadelphia, points across New Jersey, and destinations beyond.
  • Cargo: EWR is the overnight small package center for the NY/NJ region, offering a full range of short, medium and long-haul services to domestic and international destinations. Cargo space on airport has increased to 1.3 million square feet.
 
     
     
 
Source:
The Port Authority of NY-NJ, Airport Traffic Report
 

 

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