|Quoting Nwafflyer (Reply 7):|
It's not a question of relaxing, it's a question of convenience - fly into EWR on Continental Express, buy lunch, something to drink, and I can't take it to terminal B. Absolutely ludicrous for a major US hub not to allow transit between terminals. Look at Atlanta. I can fly in to B, connect to D, and I never leave security. A much better planned airport, even though it's about as crummy as EWR. I really hoped I was missing something here.
Now, Houston -- it sounds like I can't get from A to either B, C or E without leaving security. That's silly, houston used to be a nice airport for transit. Why not make both EWR and IAH like CLE??
|Quoting Nwafflyer (Reply 9):|
However, there is no way to go from terminal A to any other terminal without going outside security.
|Quoting Planesarecool (Reply 11):|
Slightly off topic, but i am looking to fly from London to Los Angeles, and a few of the cheaper options take me via EWR or JFK. If i were to select flights via either of these airports with a layover of around 8-10 hours, would i be able to go into New York, leaving my luggage in transit, and then return an hour or so before my onward connection? Or would i have to remain airside, or if i were allowed into the city, would I have to take my luggage with me?