EEID Travel

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International Airports

Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) **Newark airport is the easiest airport in terms of ease of getting from the airport to Princeton.
Upon arrival at Newark Airport buy a oneway ticket to Princeton (AirTrain and NJTransit will be included in one ticket so save your ticket for the entire ride). Take the Air Train from terminals to Newark Liberty International Airport train station. Then take NJ Transit Northeast Corridor train to Princeton (you will get off the train at Princeton Junction station to transfer to the ‘dinky train’ which connects you to the town of Princeton and campus).

Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) If you choose PHL we recommend taking a taxi to Princeton as the train is long and cumbersome.

John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) It is a long haul from JFK to Princeton, but doable if flights are dramatically cheaper.

LaGuardia International Airport (LGA) It is a long haul from LGA to Princeton, also doable if flights are dramatically cheaper.

Regional Airports

Trenton-Mercer Regional Airport (TTN) This is the closest airport to Princeton University, ~20minute drive but only serviced by Frontier Airlines. It is a small, quaint airport with only one baggage carousel.

**Public transportation from JFK, LGA, PHL to Princeton involves multiple connections.

Rail Routes

Northbound NJ TRANSIT trains passing through Princeton Junction provide direct service to New York City and Newark Liberty International Airport. A southbound transfer to the SEPTA regional rail Trenton Line train at Trenton provides service to Philadelphia. Amtrak trains connect Princeton Junction to Washington, D.C., Boston and the broader region.