Commercial Program at EWR's new Terminal A

Commercial space available at EWR Terminal A

Munich Airport NJ LLC – a subsidiary of Munich Airport US Holding LLC – will be the future operator of the new Terminal A at Newark Liberty International Airport and in this role also be responsible for the concession program.

The new Terminal A will not only provide passengers with a smooth travel process, but also with a new and exciting commercial program. With about 80,000 sqf of commercial space available, the new terminal will offer a wide range of products and services to its passengers.

With a planned capacity of 13.7 million passengers per year (arriving and departing), the new Terminal will replace the existing Terminal A and continue to serve the US domestic market as well as destinations in Canada.

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Rendering of the plaza at EWR Terminal A © Grimshaw Architects
With about 80,000 sqf of commercial space available, the new terminal will offer a wide range of products and services to its passengers.

A true New Jersey Landmark

Concessions will primarily be located at the departures level of the Terminal, with the core concessions located in the main retail hall. All passengers will pass through security checkpoints on the third level of the Terminal and descend into a grand concessions hall in order to reach their gates. Multiple food-and-beverage and retail concepts as well as innovative pop-up concepts will slow passengers down as they cross paths across the core concession area to reach one of the airline gates. All passenger flow will occur through the core area of the Terminal.

The "Hammerhead" at the end of the main pier of the Terminal will be the home of eight gates and will be a destination in itself. As those gates are furthest from the security checkpoints, that area will be a dwell zone for many passengers, and as such, offer an opportunity to capture the passenger audience.

Considerable passenger flow will also occur through the North and South piers where large concession spaces will anchor each corner along those piers. Smaller concession spaces become important "grab and go", small-scale bar, pop-up, or convenience locations along the passenger journey.

The passenger journey is meant to be a journey through the unique geography and cultural experiences available throughout the State of New Jersey. The vision for the new Terminal A at EWR is to position the building as a true New Jersey Landmark.

Join this exciting program

If you are interested in becoming a part of the concession program, please send us an email to including the following information and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

  • Full contact details
    Please provide your name, company, email, phone and a description of your company and the services you can offer.

  • Description of your type of business
    Please elaborate on why your business is special and how it contributes to EWR T1’s vision for the new Terminal One (e.g. brands you are using, assortments etc.).

  • Definition of space requirements
    How much space do you need to provide your services?

  • Previous experience
    Have you operated similar businesses than the one you are proposing for EWR Terminal One? Doing business at an airport can be challenging. Please describe your previous experience and why you believe you are able to operate out of an airport.

A special focus will be put on the integration of Airport Concession Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (ACDBE). Please view our specific information in the download section on this site.

We look forward to your response on how you can contribute to the new program at EWR Terminal A!