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Aguadilla to Newark Route Information

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Travel Distance:1,590 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:United Airlines, Air Canada
Cheapest Day of the Week:Sunday
Weekly Flights:110
Avg. Flight Duration:03.58 Hours

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Airports in Aguadilla

Rafael Hernandez Airport serves the city of Aguadilla in Puerto Rico. It is a joint civil-military airport situated in Aguadilla. This second largest international airport of Puerto Rico is owned by Puerto Rico Ports Authority. Apart from being a hub for Ameriflight and Skyway Enterprises, the airport is also home to Coast Guard Air Station Borinquen. It offers both passenger & cargo services to several destinations including Newark, Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, and more. The passengers can easily commute to and from the airport using taxis available at the curbside.

Explore Newark

From the largest collection of cherry blossoms in the nation, to one of the country’s highest grossing arenas, from Shaquille O’Neals supersized cinema to the largest collection of Tibetan Art outside of southeast Asia - pro sports, fine arts, urban retail and outdoor adventure, there are always things to do in Newark. Take in a concert, live entertainment or see our Newark attractions. Sports fans can get in the game as action-packed matches, showdowns and expositions keep spectators on their feet. Looking for family fun things to do in Newark or activities by the waterfront? Look no further, Newark’s got it going on. Check out our events calendar for the latest happenings or dive deep into all there is to do around town. Sounds of Summer is here and includes a list of live music events all summer long! Bargain hunting? Check out our Fabulously Free and Inexpensive Guide to Newark and find free things to do and free events around town.

Things to Do in Newark

Krueger Mansion

The quintessentially ornate Victorian-era Krueger-Scott Mansion, rising above Newark on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard, is a long-neglected remnant of the city’s powerful industrial era. When the 26-room mansion was built between 1887 and 1889 by Gottfried Krueger, a German immigrant turned wealthy beer baron, it was the largest home in Newark. It was built on what was then called High Street. in the premier residential neighborhood for the city’s German elite. The story goes that Mr. Krueger told his unidentified architect to “outdo” the home of fellow Newark brewery owner and competitor, Mr. Ballantine. The mansion is said to have been inspired by the Baroque castles of Mr. Krueger’s native Baden, Germany, evidence of which can be seen in the intricate porch, the six elaborate chimneys, and most notably, the soaring turret. Extensive terra-cotta, sandstone, and cast-iron trim, ornate cornices, and a picturesque profile exemplify the house’s High Victorian style. Despite vandalism and looting, equally impressive extant interior features include ornate plasterwork, wood trim and wainscoting, and parquet floors. The mansion was truly a symbol of Mr. Krueger’s “arrival:” it was the most expensive house ever built in Newark at the time and boasted the initials “GK” in the sandstone portico and entry tile floor. The Krueger-Scott Mansion is listed on the State and National Registers of Historic Places.

New Jersey Historical Society

Founded in 1845, the New Jersey Historical Society is the oldest cultural institution in the state. Explore exhibitions, browse the gift shop, research local history in our library, or stop in for a great program. They have walking tours, a brown bag lunch series, panel discussions, an audio guide tour of an exhibition, and other thematic programming. Museum collections include costumes, furniture, paintings, prints, ceramics, glass, tools, and much, much more. The library collections contain manuscripts, reference books and rare books, photographs, maps, broadsides, pamphlets, mass- produced prints and other materials that document the cultural and historical heritage of New Jersey from the colonial era through the 20th century. They form the largest and finest collection of New Jersey-related material in existence.

Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart

A magnificent French Gothic cathedral resembling the great cathedral at Rheims, France, its construction was first proposed in 1896. Its towers soar 323 feet, and the cathedral covers some 45,000 square feet, comparable to Westminster Abbey. It features a heavy use of stained glass, including three rose windows; vaulted ceilings; a variety of wood paneling; imported and domestic marble; and crystal, silver, and bronze chandeliers. This cathedral is the 5th largest in North America and has been visiting by Pope John Paul II and featured on the HBO television series, Sopranos. The Cathedral Basilica holds concerts open to the public throughout the year and it has the largest pipe organ ever built by the Schantz Organ Co. which includes 154 ranks playable from two consoles.

Best Time to Fly to Newark

The months from June-August and September-November are the best to visit the city of Newark, New Jersey. The months from June-August is also the peak season in the city. Apart from this one can plan a trip to the city in between March-May.

Newark Travelers' Reviews

First time flyer

Great experience - Claudia  Feb 12, 2020


Satisfied with the service but I went to Newark not New York.. Thanks for everything.... - Lisa  Feb 07, 2020

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