On Feb. 28, 1995, Denver International Airport (DEN) opened to the public and captured the world’s attention with its striking tented roof structure and technologically advanced operations. Over the last two decades, DEN has emerged as the primary economic engine for the city and state, and today generates an economic benefit of more than $26.3 billion annually to Colorado and supports nearly 190,000 jobs. DEN ranks as the 6th-busiest airport in the United States and the...
- List of Top 5 airlines: United Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Frontier Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines
- Number of Serving Airlines: 22
- Number of Direct Destinations: 175
- Number of Terminals: One terminal (Jeppesen Terminal) serving three Concourses (A, B & C)
United during the weekend of 24FEB17’s schedule update opened reservation for a number of new (and/or resumed) routes for its domestic network, set to commence from 08JUN17 (selected routes...
Denver International Airport Scores a Hat Trick Celebrating Nonstop Flights with Great Lakes to Telluride, Aeromexico to Monterrey and Allegiant Air to Montrose
Today, Denver International Airport (DEN) celebrated an air service hat trick with Great Lakes Airlines beginning nonstop service to Telluride, Colorado, a new destination; Aeromexico adding...