Terminal information at Denver Airport

Jeppesen Terminal

Denver airport has one main terminal - Jeppesen Terminal - which is separated into west and east terminals. DEN airport has 3 different concourses named A, B, C (D and E are planned to be built during next years).

 

The main terminal has 6 floors:

- Floors 1–3: has the lowest levels of the parking garages and the economy lots on both sides of the terminal.

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

- Floor 5: is used for parking as well as drop-offs / pick-ups for taxis and shuttles to rental car lots and off-site parking. It also contains the baggage carousels and security checkpoints.

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

 

Concourses

DIA has three midfield concourses: A, B and C.

 

Concourse A

It can handle international flights and domestic ones. Concourse A has 38 gates: A26-A53, A56, A59-65, and A67-68. The equipped gates to handle international flights are: A33, A35, A37, A39, A40-A45 and A47.

 

All domestic airlines -with the exception 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 central section of Concourse A: the shared American Airlines Admirals Club/British Airways Executive Club Lounge and a Delta Air Lines Sky Club.

 

Concourse A it is accessible through a pedestrian bridge from the terminal building and also via the underground train system.

 

Concourse B

Concourse B has 68 Gates: B15-B29, B31-B33, B35-B39, B41-B61, B63-B77 (only odd number gates), and B79–B95. Gates B32, B36, B38, and B42 are equipped with twin jet bridges (with each bridge designated as A or B) to accommodate wide-body aircraft.

 

United Airlines is the only airline that occupies 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.

 

On the second floor there are two United Clubs, one near gate B32 and the other one near gate B44.

 

To arrive to Concourse B passengers must take the train. Electric carts are available to transport elderly or disabled passengers to airline gates.

 

Concourse C

Concourse C has 27 Gates: C23–C49. The primary airline at the concourse is Southwest Airlines and only Alaska Airlines uses another gate, C39.

 

To arrive to Concourse C passengers must take the train. It has been expanded and has some new gates: from C23 through C27.

 

Concourses D and E

They form part as a future project to be built beyond Concourse C for future expandability. However, before construction on Concourses D and E begins, Concourses A, B, and C can be extended in both directions.