Denver Airport (DEN)

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Denver International Airport (IATA: DEN, ICAO: KDEN), also known as DIA, is the main airport serving the city of Denver, Colorado, United States. Denver Airport is the largest airport in United States by area. The airport is located aproximatelly 20 miles northeast from downtown Denver.

 

 

The airport is the main hub for Great Lakes Airlines and Frontier Airlines. It is also the 4th largest hub for United Airlines with 375 daily departures to more than 140 destinations. Denver airport is also a major focus city for Southwest Airlines.

Denver Airport (IATA: DEN) is the busiest airport in Colorado.
Denver Airport (IATA: DEN) is the busiest airport in Colorado.
The airport is located 20 miles north east of Denver downtown.
The airport is located 20 miles north east of Denver downtown.
Denver Airport served 54 Million passengers in 2015.
Denver Airport served 54 Million passengers in 2015.
There is one main building terminal, called Jeppesen Terminal, divided in east and west side.
There is one main building terminal, called Jeppesen Terminal, divided in east and west side.
There are three concourses (A,B,C), independent buildings accessible from terminal.
There are three concourses (A,B,C), independent buildings accessible from terminal.
The top ten destinations from Denver airport are U.S. airports/cities, they are in the following order: Phoenix, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Chicago, San Francisco, Dallas, Seattle, Atlanta, Minneapolis and Salt Lake City.
In 2015, Denver airport was the 6th busiest airport in U.S., the 18th busiest one in the world in terms of passenger traffic and is the has the third largest domestic connection network in the country. In 2015 handled 54,014,502 passengers.

 

Jeppesen Terminal

Denver airport has one main terminal - Jeppesen Terminal - which is separated into west and east terminals. It has 6 floors:

 

- Floors 1–3: lowest levels of the parking garages and the economy lots.

- Floor 4: comprises passenger pickup and a short-term and a long-term parking.

- Floor 5: is used for parking and also as a drop-offs / pick-ups for taxis and shuttles to rental car lots and off-site parking.

- Floor 6: is used for passenger drop-off and check-in counters.

 

DEN airport has 3 airside concourses named A, B, C (D and E are planned).

All passengers flying through DIA Airport must arrive to the Jeppesen Terminal and after check-in counters go to the specific concourse depending on the flight. To arrive to the concourse the passengers must take the train or use the pederstrian bridge (only for Concourse A)

 

Denver airport in numbers

- Located 20 miles northeast from downtown

- Denver It is the largest airport in the U.S. by area

- Is a main hub for Great Lakes Airlines and Frontier Airlines

- In 2015 handled over 54 million passengers

- It is the 18th busiest airport in the world in terms of passenger traffic

Concourses

- Concourse A:

Concourse A has 38 gates and can handle international flights as well as domestic ones.

All domestic airlines -except of Alaska, Southwest and United- use this concourse. Frontier Airlines has the largest presence at Concourse A. Two lounges are located on the top floor of the concourse.

It is accessible via a pedestrian bridge from the terminal building and also via the underground train system.

 

- Concourse B:

Concourse B has 68 Gates. United Airlines is the only airline that uses Concourse B. Mainline United flights operate from the main concourse building, whereas United Express operations are handled at the east of the concourse (gates B48-B95), which includes 2 ground-level satellite extensions.

To arrive to Concourse B passengers must take the train.

 

- Concourse C:

Concourse C has 27 Gates: C23–C49.

The primary airline at the concourse is Southwest Airlines and Alaska Airlines is the only one that uses one of the gates: C39.

It has been expanded and has some new gates: from C23 through C27.

To arrive to Concourse C passengers must take the train.

Transport

- Rail: Denver airport has a direct connection with downtown Denver. RTD (Regional Transportation District’s) “University of Colorado A-Line” provides transportation to/from the airport.

Train or bus stop on Level 1 of the airport's Transit Center, under the Westin Denver International Airport. To catch your flight go on Level 5.

- Public Bus: The Regional Transportation District (RTD) provides the service. RTD buses no longer serve the stop at West Terminal, Level 5.

- Taxi: Different taxicab companies provide service to Denver metro area, to surrounding counties and to other destinations within the state of Colorado.

- Commuter shuttles Operate regularly from Denver Airport. Please, request the service before arriving at the airport.

- Charter Buses: Go to various destinations within Colorado and surrounding states. Charter buses pick-up from Jeppesen Terminal on Level 5 (island 3) outside doors 511-513 (east side) and 504-506 (west side).

 

To get more information, please, visit the Transport page.

 

Rental Car

To rent a car is one of the best options of transportation in Denver Airport.Check the different options here!

Facilities and Services

Denver Airport offers more than 130 shops, restaurants, cafés and services.

It also has among others:

- Currency/Financial Services with ATMs/Cash Machines MAP, Banks and Currency Exchange offices

- Wi-Fi

- Several Hotels near the airport (most of them with shuttle bus service)

- Airport Assistance Services

- Pets pet relief area (located outdoors, adjacent to Garage West parking, on Level 2)

- Interfaith Chapel and Prayer Hall (level 6) open 24 hours. 

- Underground Train to arrive to the concourses

 

Contact information

Address: 8500 Peña Blvd, Denver, CO 80249, United States

Phone: +1 303-342-2000

 

Lost and Found

Jeppesen Terminal, Level 5 (near International Arrivals)

Phone: (303) 342-4062 or (800) AIR-2DEN

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