Newark Airport’s Terminal C To Get Makeover

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) -

Travelers passing through Newark Airport’s Terminal C will soon be able to choose from a wealth of high-end food options and free iPads.

United Airlines, which operates the terminal, announced Monday the $120 million makeover that will include food offerings from two dozen acclaimed chefs as well as table service for customers. Travelers will be able to use nearly 6,000 iPads in the terminal to order food and drinks that will be delivered within 15 minutes. Gate areas will be repurposed with custom seating and table service.

In addition, travelers will be able to use award miles to make food and other purchases, and also can use the iPads to get up-to-date flight information.

Some of the features will be rolled out over the next several weeks, with the full transformation completed within 18 months.