Avoid long cab lines and just enjoy the stunning views with an easy ride from Newark Airport to Manhattan while you relax and take in the sights of New York. Save time and money with a shared airport transfer.
What to Expect
Start your trip to New York with your hassle free shared ride airport transfer. Avoid long cab lines and just enjoy the stunning views with an easy ride through the glistening Big Apple all the way to your Manhattan hotel. Safe and reliable shared transfers save you time and money.
Arrival and departure transfers are available from Newark Airport – EWR to all Manhattan hotels. This allows you to sit back, relax and avoid the stress of finding your hotel with maps and navigation.
Luggage is dealt with by a friendly driver, allowances are 1 standard-size suitcase and 1 small carry-on per person. Upon your arrival at Newark Airport you will be given the next available transfer. Typical wait time is approximately 1 hour but can vary based on weather, traffic and availability.
- One way or round trip transfer
- Taxes and tolls
Please proceed to the Ground Transportation Desk in your arriving terminal and present this voucher to the agent at the desk for transfer assistance and instructions. If an agent is unavailable at the Ground Transportation Desk, proceed to the nearby transportation phone bank and dial #18 for GO Airlink NYC. You must make sure you get into a Go Airlink NYC van.
Know Before You Go
You must provide your flight and hotel information in the additional notes to the supplier field during booking.
No single piece of baggage or property weighing in excess of 60 pounds will be accepted for transportation unless there is additional help available to aid the driver in both the loading and unloading of such baggage.
If passengers have an excessive amount of checked luggage or multiple large boxes a private van will be required. Passenger will be required to pay the difference in cash between the cost of a private van and net rate of client issuing voucher. Go Prime Time Airport Shuttle will not be liable for lost baggage since baggage is never removed from the passenger’s presence and is stored in the passenger compartment in which the passenger is riding. A passenger’s baggage remains, at all times, the responsibility of the passenger.