Flights to Denver
With nearly 11,000 domestic flights and 500 international flights every week, Denver International Airport (DEN) is the 5th busiest airport in the country, and the largest. More than 50 million people pass through the airport each year for connecting flights to other popular airports like New York or Dallas. It sits very near the geographical heart of the country, making it an important hub for United Airlines, Airlines, Frontier Airlines, and Great Lakes Airlines. It’s also a focus city for Southwest Airlines. Northwest, Delta, JetBlue, American, and Continental all also offer direct flights to Denver International Airport.
Every passenger begins their journey in the beautiful Jeppesen Terminal, for ticketing, checking, and security. All flights depart from one of the three concourses, which can be easily reached by an automatic electric train service. Concourse A serves most international flights, Concourse B is devoted to United Airways with 5 gates serving this particular airline, and Concourse C serves Southwest and Delta.
There’s ample parking available with over 40,000 spaces, open 24/7. The airport is 25 miles driving distance from Denver. DEN is currently building a $500 million adjunct terminal, due to open in 2016, which will offer a direct train link right to the city. For now, you can choose between city buses, hotel shuttles, and rental cars to explore the Denver area. Skyscanner can help you get the best deal with our rental car price comparison tool, which is totally free to use.
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Denver International Airport (DEN)
The 21 million people who visit Denver each year come for the incredible natural beauty, a lively and diverse downtown, and a little of that lingering Wild West attitude. On average, Denver sees 300 days of sunshine a year, so there’s really never a bad time to book a flight to Denver.
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What to Do In Denver
Denver raises more public art funding per capita than any other city in the USA, making it a world-class destination for museums, galleries, and the performing arts. You’d need weeks to see it all, but save time for the Denver Museum of Miniatures, Dolls and Toys, The Kirkland Museum, and a show at the Denver Center for Performing Arts.
Lovers of the outdoors can choose from a paradise of parks in and around the city for sports, hiking, whitewater rafting, and cycling. Afterwards, pencil in a visit to a microbrewery and quench your thirst: we recommend the award-winning Great Divide, but there are dozens.
With so much to do, you’ll need a place to relax after exploring Denver. Skyscanner’s hotel price comparison tool is completely free, and it’s a great way to find a cozy place to relax after each adventurous day.
Travel Tips for Tourists Visiting Denver
Visitors pour into the city year round, but September through October are peak times for foliage and dry crisp weather, while November through March is Denver's world-famous ski season.
Nestled up to the foothills of the majestic Rockies, Denver takes its scenery very seriously: you can see mountains for 140 miles, and it’s actually illegal for new buildings to obstruct the view from the State Capitol. To escape the city and get more in touch with nature, check out airfare to Colorado to see more of the state. But you’re not just going to stare at the peaks all day: once you’ve booked cheap flights to Denver International Airport with Skyscanner, you’ll want to make the most of the Mile High City.Denver Travel Guide
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Airports near Denver International
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