If you have traveled through Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) recently, you would have noticed that Terminal A has had a significant refresh – new concessions, upgraded restrooms, eye-catching artwork, and brand-new digital displays. As of January 2023, the new terminal debuted to the public and is a vast difference from its original state. The article Newark Int’l builds new Terminal A on Airportimprovement.com states,
“The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, which owns EWR, reports that the new 1 million-square-foot Terminal A is wowing passengers and tenants alike. The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, which owns EWR, reports that the new 1 million-square-foot Terminal A is wowing passengers and tenants alike.”
The article also notes,
“Authority officials describe the facility as a “state-of-the-art gateway to the world with an elevated passenger experience and a modern, 21st-century facility that delivers superior amenities.” James Heitmann, director of Aviation Redevelopment for the Port Authority, notes that the larger 33-gate terminal increases capacity by 20% and is designed to accommodate 13.6 million annual passengers. In contrast, the original Terminal A was designed for 9 million annual passengers when built, in 1973.”
Parabit contributed to this Terminal refresh with the design, manufacturing, installation, servicing, (and more) of the 7-sided Welcome Center Digital Display that can be found in Terminal A at EWR. Providing a high-impact arrivals experience and delivering an authentic spirit of place, the seven-sided solution supports virtual, digital, and concierge services while connecting passengers to local resources. The article Newark Int’l builds new Terminal A on Airportimprovement.com mentions,
“Immersive digital content features New Jersey’s landmarks, art, and innovations through a series of permanent, large-scale multimedia displays.”
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