Denver International Airport Reviews
Denver International Airport is really not your typical airport or is a little bit different from other airports. Apart from being known for its tent-like structure, DEN is more commonly known for its conspiracies including stuff about its murals at the airport expressing New World Order’s takeover. Painted by artist Leo Tanguma, they tell the story of apocalyptic biowarfare destroying the world as we know it, with the New World Order taking over in its place.
Other structures are the 32-foot tall blue horse outside the airport which is known to be “Blucifer” that killed its own sculptor. You can also try to check this article:
Moving forward, today, we are not trying to creep you out of the largest airport in the United States by total land area. We’ll be writing a review about Denver International Airport (DEN) to see what are their services, facilities, traffic, and development. Join us as we discover facts about the airport.
As mentioned earlier, DEN was known for its tent-like structure which was actually designed by Fentress Bradburn Architects. It’s reflective of snow-capped mountains and evokes the early history of Colorado when Native American teepees were located across the Great Plains. Moving forward, being the largest airport in the US by land area, DEN has a lot of restrooms throughout the airport but showers are not available.
There are a total of four information desks which are located in the arrivals area of the main terminal and in concourses A, B, and C.
Travellers staying overnight are allowed, since the security doesn’t mind sleepers at all provided the airport is open for 24 hours. There’s plenty of space to spread out, but the furniture isn’t particularly comfortable for sleeping. On a positive note, Economy class travelers can buy a pass and relax in one of the airport lounges.
There is an extensive range of fast food outlets, cafés, bars, and restaurants at Denver International Airport. These include grill restaurants, ice cream parlours, and a sports bar. Shops at Denver International Airport encompass everything from newsagents and gift shops to retailers selling travel accessories, luggage, and designer clothing. Tax and duty-free shops are located in concourses A and B for international passengers.
Free unlimited WIFI access is available throughout the airport, travellers just have to connect to “DEN Airport Free WiFi” network to access it. Various internet booths are in the terminal complex.
Getting To and From
The automated airport underground rail system links the Jeppesen Terminal with other terminals and concourses in less than five minutes.
Customers driving their way to their airport can use the route with Peña Boulevard which can be accessed via an exit off Interstate 70 in east Denver. Interstate 70 offers connections to Interstates 25, 225, and 76. Peña Boulevard can also be accessed from the E-470 toll road and Airport Boulevard in Aurora.
For other means of public transportation, travellers can travel via charter bus like RTD Skyride services. Shuttle minibuses are available from a number of providers. Taxis, charters, and luxury limousines are available to all destinations in the surrounding area from level 5. A flat rate fare of US$55.15 applies to Denver city
Location – Traffic – Service
The international airport more often referred as DIA is situated 37km (23 miles) northeast of Denver. DEN serves as the hub for Frontier Airlines, Great Lakes Airlines, and United Airlines with nonstop service to destinations throughout North America, Latin America, Europe and Asia serving 187 destinations. Based on statistics last year, Denver International Airport had accommodated a total of 54,014,502 passengers.
Did you know that Denver International Airport is the only airport in the United States to have implemented an ISO 14001-certified environmental management system covering the entire airport?
A new train station, connecting the airport directly to downtown Denver, will begin operations in spring 2016. Additionally, a 519-room hotel and conference centre was recently opened in November 2015.
- Airport Code: DEN
- Phone Number: +1 303-342-2000
- Contact Email: email@example.com
- Website URL: http://www.flydenver.com/
- Address: 8500 Peña Blvd, Denver, Colorado 80249, United States
There might be a lot of conspiracies from the start about Denver International Airport, but these were never proven true or never been admitted by the airport executives or founders. In this review, we want you to see the brighter side of the airport. Their service is well maintained and this kept them on the World’s Top 100 Airports.
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