Terminals at EWR

The design of EWR's three terminals is largely uniform since they were designed and built together in the 1970s. Terminals A and B were completed and opened in 1973, while Terminal C sat empty until 1988 when it was completed for People's Express. They all either have finger piers or satellite with finger piers configurations.  
Terminal C has twice the number of gates as the other two terminals. It serves both domestic and international flights, and was remodeled in 2003. Today, EWR is a hub for Continental Airlines, which manages terminal C. 

Terminal A is managed by United Airlines (the merger of United with Continental will result in one airline controlling almost ¾ of the gate capacity at EWR) and renovations or a complete replacement is planned to occur over the next few years. 

Terminal B is managed by the Port Authority and serves the majority of international traffic. This terminal is currently undergoing renovations and is the only one capable of accommodating Boeing 747 aircraft. All of the terminals at EWR are owned by the Port Authority.
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