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About Denver Airport

Denver Airport, also known as DIA, is one of the busiest airports in the world and the biggest airport in the US. The airport is quite distinctive with its striking roof canopy that echoes the distant snow-capped peaks of Colorado's Rocky Mountains.

As you can see on the Denver Airport map above, Denver International Airport has one primary passenger terminal, the Jeppesen Terminal, with three massive Concourses A, B, and C. Gates B and C are only accessible from the Jeppesen Terminal via train. Gate A is accessible by the passenger bridge or by train from Jeppesen.

There are 5 parking lots at the airport and several offsite DEN parking lots nearby. You can find where each onsite parking lot is located on the Denver Airport parking map.

DEN Airport Quick Facts
Airport Name Denver International Airport
Denver Airport Code DEN
Terminals 1 terminal, 3 concourses - A, B & C
Airport Address 8500 Peña Blvd., Denver, CO 80249
Distance from Downtown Denver 25 miles approx.
Official Website https://www.flydenver.com/
Contact Number (303) 342-2000
No Of Destinations 215 domestic and international destinations
No Of Flights 1600
Hub For United Airlines, Southwest Airlines, and Frontier Airlines
Flight Status: Departures and arrivals https://www.way.com/den/flight-status
TSA Wait Times https://www.way.com/den/tsa-wait-times


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Terminals at DEN Airport

The Jeppesen Terminal and its Concourses A, B, and C are arranged atop each other in a clear and simple layout at DEN. You can see how the terminals are laid out on the Denver International Airport map.

The check-in area, security checks, customs, immigration, and baggage claim are all located in the Jeppesen Terminal, whereas the departure gates are located in the concourses.

As you can see on the Denver International terminal map, the east and west halves of the terminal are divided by airline check-in counters and baggage claims. There are also the east and west side parking garages and ground transportation options according to the airline and side you are traveling on.

Jeppesen Terminal

Jeppesen has six floors. Levels one through four are mostly devoted to parking facilities. Level 5 has various stores and restaurants, baggage claims, and the south and north security checks. Level 6 contains an upper road system for passenger drop-off, check-in facilities, and a snack court. Level 6 is also where you can access a pedestrian bridge to Concourse A.

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EV Charging

EV Charging at Denver Airport can be found at the following parking lots

  • Garage West, Level 1, Rows E, F, G
  • Garage East, Level 1, Rows E, F (5); Row R (6)
  • 61st and Peña, Along the south and west sides

Accessible Parking

All airport-owned parking facilities at Denver International Airport provide accessible parking spaces. These spots are located on garage Levels 1, 2, 4, and 5 in the East and West parking levels, near the entry doors into Jeppesen Terminal. Please note that there is no accessible parking available on Level 3. 

Accessible spots are provided near the pick-up/drop-off shelters in the Economic West and Economy East parking lots if using outer parking choices such as economy or shuttle lots. All vans and buses that serve these lots have lifts. Your airline may provide wheelchair or electric cart assistance.

Pet relief areas at DEN

  • At Level 2 on the northwest side of Jeppesen Terminal
  • Near the US Mail Drop at A Gates
  • Near the US Mail Drop at B Gates
  • Near the US Mail Drop at C Gates

How to get between terminals at Denver Airport

Denver Airport has an Automatic Guideway Transit System or AGTS, a free underground train connecting Jeppesen Terminal to Concourse C, stopping at Concourses A and B along the way.

Remember that the rail system is located within the airport's guarded area. So you must first pass through a security checkpoint before using the train. 

Each concourse has its own station on level B, with the departure gates on higher floors. You'll find the AGTS in the main hall on level 4 of Jeppesen Airport. It takes around 6 minutes to get from the terminal to the farthest point of Concourse C.

How to get to Denver Airport

How to get to Denver Airport from downtown

Take I-25 North until you reach exit 214A for I-70 toward Airport/Limon/Grand Junction. Merge onto I-70 East after keeping right at the junction for I-70 East/Limon. Continue straight at the junction to stay on Pea Boulevard and follow signs to Denver International Airport. Follow signs for Terminal East or Terminal West as you approach the airport, depending on which airline you're using

How to get to Denver Airport from Fort Collins

Take I-25 South to exit 228 onto E-470 South toward Limon. Take exit 28 for Pea Boulevard East, and then keep right at the fork to continue on exit 28A. Continue straight at the next fork and join onto Pea Boulevard, where you can follow signs to either Terminal East or Terminal West, depending on your carrier.

How to get to Denver Airport from Colorado Springs

Take I-25 North to CO-470 toward Grand Junction/Limon exit 194 to get there. Then, take exit 28A for Pea Boulevard East towards Denver International Airport, keeping right at the fork onto E-470 North. Depending on your carrier, merge onto Pea Boulevard and follow the signage for Terminal East or Terminal West.

How to get from Denver Airport to downtown

Train

The A-Line Commuter Train connects DEN to downtown Denver. During peak hours, trains run every 15 minutes, and trains run every 30 minutes during off-peak hours.

Bus

While the Regional Transportation District (RTD) provides bus lines between DEN and the Denver suburbs, the A-Line Commuter Train connects downtown Denver to DIA.

Shuttle

Several commuter shuttles serve downtown Denver. These include the ABC Shuttle, Active Express & Limousine, Delta Express, Front Range Express, and Road Runner Express.

Taxi

Taxicabs pick up and drop off passengers at Jeppesen Terminal, Level 5, Island 1, outside Doors 505, 507, 511 in Terminal East and 506, 510, and 512 in Terminal West. The one-way fare to downtown Denver is $56.03.

Rideshare

DIA Airport offers both Lyft and Uber rideshare options. Passengers arriving at the airport via ride-hailing services will be met curbside at their designated airline station on Level 5. Drop-offs are available at both Terminal East and Terminal West. When you request a Lyft or Uber ride, you'll meet your driver at Level 5, Island 5.

DEN Airport important phone numbers

  • Airport Police - (303) 342-4211
  • Parking - (303) 342-7275
  • Ground Transportation - (303) 342-4059
  • Lost & Found - (303) 342-4062
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Frequently asked questions

Are DEN and DIA the same airport?

Denver International Airport is abbreviated as DEN and sometimes as DIA. The airport is known locally as DIA; however, the official airport code is DEN.

Does Denver Airport have a shuttle?

Shared-ride services or commuter shuttles are available from Denver International Airport regularly. In addition, individual operators may offer scheduled, on-demand, or charter services to sites throughout the Denver metro area and the state of Colorado.

Can you walk between terminals at Denver Airport?

The only walking option at DIA is from Jeppesen Terminal to Concourse A. To get to the other two concourses, people must ride the AGTS Train from Jeppesen Terminal or Concourse A.

What terminal is United Airlines at Denver Airport?

The ticket counter and check-in for United Airlines are on the west side of the Jeppesen Terminal. United is the only airline that operates flights from Concourse B.

How often does the Denver Airport train run?

The Denver airport train, the A Line, departs to and from the airport every 15 minutes throughout the day.

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