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Fly From McCarran International Airport to Denver International Airport
Nestled on the eastern edge of the Rocky Mountains, Denver is known for its dynamic music, craft beer scenes and plentiful outdoor activity options. It takes about 2 hours to fly from McCarran International Airport (LAS) to Denver International Airport (DEN). Nonstop flights depart throughout the day beginning at about 5:45 a.m. Airlines that operate direct flights from McCarran International Airport (LAS) to Denver International Airport (DEN) include Spirit, United, Southwest, and Frontier.
Facilities at Denver International Airport
The biggest U.S. airport by area, Denver International Airport is as large as the island of Manhattan. It's packed full of enough amenities that it resembles a bustling city. The airport has three gates and is spread over six levels, including parking and pickup areas. In 2013, it was named as the “Best U.S. Airport for Art” by USA Today. Denver International Airport is filled with permanent and rotating art exhibits throughout its terminal, outdoor landscape, and concourses.
The airport's expansive Jeppesen Terminal provides free Wi-Fi throughout its public spaces. There is also an interfaith chapel, an abundance of water bottle filling stations, and even a dog and cat spa for those traveling with pets. Many food and beverage options are also available at Jeppesen Terminal.
After getting off flights from McCarran International Airport (LAS) to Denver International Airport (DEN), visitors can make their way into the city via direct rail at Level 1's Transit Center. The Regional Transportation District’s (RTD) A Line trains depart every 15 minutes from the airport, costing $9 for a trip to downtown.
Things to Do Near Denver International Airport
In downtown Denver, you can take in a Colorado Rockies baseball game at Coors Field, tour the State Capitol building, or dine at one of the artisan cafes and restaurants along Market Street. Denver's cultural center, the neighborhood of Capitol Hill, is located southeast of downtown. It’s home to Filmore Auditorium, the Denver Art Museum, and Ogden Theatre.
Several expansive outdoor spaces are located a short distance from the airport, including Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge and Barr Lake State Park. Visitors who want to take a break from the hustle and bustle of the big city for a few hours can take a stroll through the 330-acre City Park. The sprawling outdoor space contains several local landmarks including the Denver Zoo. It boasts an impressive panoramic view of the Denver skyline situated against the Rockies.
Hints and Tips for Denver International Airport
No matter the time of year you make the trip from McCarran International Airport (LAS) to Denver International Airport (DEN), there will likely be a special event or annual festival going on. The airport itself is the site of the Denver International Wine Festival, which is held in early November. It coincides with the prestigious Denver Film Festival that goes on for two weeks at the Sie FilmCenter. In May, you can learn about local culture and history at The Tesoro Foundation's Annual Indian Market and Powwow, which is free for seniors and children under 12.
Business travelers often stay at hotels near downtown's Colorado Convention Center, a modern, glass-front building near Skyline Park and the 16th Street Mall. Many visitors find that summer is an ideal time to fly into Denver International Airport. The average high in August is 86 degrees Fahrenheit, and humidity is generally low. December is the coldest month of the year with highs in the mid-40s and an average low temperature of 16 degrees.
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