Denver International Airport
One of the largest and busiest airports in the US, Denver International Airport is a perfectly situated airport with huge windows giving passengers a chance to enjoy the magnificent view of the nearby Rocky Mountains. A modern facility with plenty of shopping and dining opportunities, the attractive terminal is itself designed to resemble those snow-capped peaks, a fact obvious as one approaches the airport by car or plane.
A major US air traffic hub, Denver International Airport processes more than 20 million people each year on flights to destinations across North America and Europe. Located 25 miles (40km) from downtown Denver, the airport is a great introduction to the beauty of the Rocky Mountains, and the popular ski resorts in Colorado.
The airport is situated 26 miles (42km) east of Denver and is the gateway to the Rocky Mountains.
Getting to the city
The RTD bus services connect the airport to the city centre. Tickets cost $9 for a one day pass. The bus stop is located at the DEN Transit centre, which may be accessed from the south end of the Jeppeson Terminal. Limousines and taxis are also available for hire. Airport shuttles provide door-to-door services to central locations. Travellers may also obtain ground transportation information at the Ground Transportation Information Counter located on Level 5 of Jeppesen Terminal. Car rental companies are also available.
GMT -7 (GMT -6 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).
Tel: +1 303 342 2000.
Car rental companies include Advantage, Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Hertz, National, and Thrifty.
Taxis are available from Jeppesen Terminal Level 5, Island 1, outside doors 507â€511 (east side) and 506â€510 (west side). The rate to the city centre starts from $55. Taxi operators include Denver Yellow Cab and Freedom Cabs Inc.
Transfer between terminals
The underground rail links the Jeppesen Terminal with concourses A, B, and C.
Foreign exchange bureaux and ATMs are available throughout the airport. Other facilities include bars, restaurants, duty-free shops, a post office, a massage centre, and tourist information. Travellers can enjoy one of the best collections of public art of any airport. Facilities for the disabled are fully functional, but those with special needs should contact their airline or travel agent in advance.
There is plenty of parking attached to the terminal. Fees start at $4 per hour for economy parking. Reduced rates are available in the off-site Pike Peak Lot, where the rates are $2 per hour and $8 per day. Shuttles run 24 hours a day, every 10 minutes. There is also parking next to the terminal for picking up and dropping off.
There is free wifi throughout the airport.
There is a fully-equipped conference centre with meeting rooms available. Other services, including personal device charging stations, fax and copying facilities, are available in the Business Services Center on the mezzanine level.
Denver International Airport Taxis: the taxi fares above are intended as a guideline only.