Denver International Airport

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Denver International Airport
Location Denver, CO
Founded 1995
Terminals 1 (3 Concourses)
Runways 6
Passenger Movement (2018) 64,494,613
Aircraft Movement (2018) 603,403[1]
Website
www.flydenver.com/

Denver International Airport (IATA: DEN) is the primary airport in Denver, Colorado. It is the 5th busiest airport in the United States.

Denver International Airport is a hub for Boutique Air, Frontier Airlines and United Airlines. It is a focus city for Southwest Airlines.

Terminals

Denver International Airport has 1 terminal with 3 concourses. All concourses are connected via train, with ticketing and security handled in a separate entry terminal called the Jeppesen Terminal.

Concourse A

Concourse A consists of 38 gates. Concourse A handles all international flights excluding flights with preclearance. An American Admirals Club, Delta Sky Club and British Airways Executive Club are located in this concourse.

Concourse B

Concourse B consists of 70 gates. 2 United Clubs are located in this concourse.

Concourse C

Concourse C consists of 29 gates.

Airlines Served[2]

Concourse A

Concourse B

Concourse C

Cargo

Transportation

Airport Car Rental

Rental car facilities are located off-site at a rental car facility with shuttle bus service operating out of the Jeppesen Terminal. Rental services are provided by Advantage, Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, E-Z Rent a Car, Fox, Hertz, National, Payless, and Thrifty.

Parking

The airport has 9 parking lots and a cell phone lot. Valet service is available in Garage East and West.

An off-site lot is provided at 61st and Pena, with pre-pay service only.

Lot Per Hour 12 Hours Per Day
East and West Garages $5.00 - $28.00
Valet $4.00 - $35.00 ($14.00 after 3 days)
East and West Economy $5.00 - $17.00 ($15.00 after 3 days)
Pikes Peak and Mt. Elbert $2.00 - $8.00
East and West Short Term $6.00 - $144.00
61st and Pena - $3.00 $6.00

Public Transportation Airport Links

Support Fleet

Denver International Airport maintains a support fleet of vehicles and buses to maintain services and transport passengers around the airport.

Bus Roster

Active

This section is incomplete, you can help!

Fleet
Number(s)
Thumbnail Build
Date
Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes
137-154 2007 NFI C35LF Cummins Westport C Gas Plus Allison B400R Currently being retired as of 2019.

Retired

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Fleet
Number(s)
Thumbnail Build
Date
Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes
? 1986 Gillig Phantom 30'
(3096TB6V92)
Detroit Diesel 6V92TA
  • Formerly Stapleton International Airport units
  • 3 units
  • Single mid-door
  • General fleet number range: "1 to 30."
  • Retired circa 2002.
? Denver International Airport 5-a.jpg 1987 Gillig Phantom 30'
(3096TB6V92)
Detroit Diesel 6V92TA
  • Formerly Stapleton International Airport units
  • 28 units
  • 1988 models
  • Single mid-door
  • General fleet number range: "1 to 30."
  • 26 image
  • 28 image
  • Retired circa 2002.
? 1989 Gillig Phantom 40'
(4096TB6V92T)
Detroit Diesel 6V92TA
  • Formerly Stapleton International Airport units
  • 3 units
? 1992 Gillig Phantom 40'
(4096TB6V92T)
Detroit Diesel 6V92TA
  • Formerly Stapleton International Airport units
  • 3 units
? 1995 Neoplan USA AN440LF CNG Cummins L10G Allison B400R
60-86 2002 Neoplan USA AN440LF CNG Detroit Diesel Series 50G Allison B400R
  • Retired circa 2012-2013.
  • View the series page for detailed disposition info.
87-89, 121-122 2002 Neoplan USA AN440LF CNG Detroit Diesel Series 50G Allison B400R

References