Cheap Flights from New York to Denver International
Flight information New York to Denver International
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average flight time from New York to Denver International, total distance 1610 miles
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DIA is the 5th busiest airport in the US, boasting 11,000 domestic flights and 500 international flights every week that deliver travelers to the Mile High city—where craft beer is plentiful, bikes are favored transportation and the sun washes the city in bright rays 300 days a year.
Frontier, United, jetBlue, Delta and Southwest all fly the 1,610 miles direct from New York to Denver International, with an average flight time of 4 hours and 207 flights a week.
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Best time to book:
If seeking moderate temperatures, fewer tourists and a cheaper itinerary, April-May and September-October are ideal timelines for when to travel to Denver. June-August see the highest tourism numbers, when temperatures rise to the 90 degree zone and hotel and flight prices tend to spike.
Oktoberfest on Larimer Square in September and The Great American Beer Festival in October are great ways to soak up the less-intense rays after summer months and cheers with one of the city’s greatest points of pride.
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Airlines that fly to Denver:
Direct from United States: Delta, United, Alaska, American Southwest, Spirit, Penair, jetBlue, Sun Country, Frontier, Boutique Air, , Virgin America, ViaAir, Great Lakes
Other: ANA, Volaris, Icelandair
Transportation options from the airport:
From car rental to light rail, DIA lends many options for tackling the 25 miles from the airport to the city center.
Spearheading your own travel in Denver? Take a look at car rental information at DIA.
Three miles west of the Jeppesen Terminal is a cell phone waiting lot—a convenient waiting spot for if you have Denver locals picking you up.
The A line rail service from DIA, new as of April 22nd, 2016, costs $9 each way and offers easier-than-ever service in and out of the city. The rail stops in downtown Denver at Union Station, where travelers can find a bevy of delicious local restaurants, shops and a boutique hotel. With six stops and just 37 minutes of travel time, your Denver adventure is a worry-free ride away.
Shared-ride service shuttles pick up and drop off from Jeppesen Terminal Level 5, island 5, outside doors 505-507 (east side) and 510-512 (west side).
Uber and Lyft are readily available to take you to the city (to the point where DIA has cut the number of taxi cabs allowed to linger at the airport).
Facilities at airport:
Over 140 shops, dining opportunities and services (from free wifi to the therapy dog program, called the Canine Airport Therapy Squad—just look for the “Pet Me” vests!)
World-renowned for its public art collection, Denver International adds visual interest to the terminal and concourses, making your transition time a favorable introduction to the varied culture of the city itself. From statues and murals to interactive exhibitions, this artistic display is just one element of the city’s dedication to creative public works. The art walk is fully mapped on the airport website so that you can easily follow current works.
Sun spotting: Witness a spellbinding sunset or simply glimpse the majestic mountains from the west end of the C Gates, near gates C23 and C24. The more than 300 days of sunshine a year, and large windows at the end of the C concourse, guarantee a sight worth writing home about.
Once in Denver:
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Once settled, it’s time to explore the this craft brew mecca, whose trove of hoppy selections earned it the unofficial nickname the “Napa Valley of beer”). So If beer is your thing, a brewery tour should certainly be in order during your Mile High stay. From the Coors tour to the New Belgium tour just over an hour away in Fort Collins, there are many ways to immerse yourself in the beer legend of this mountainous land.
Red Rocks, the only natural amphitheater in the world, is also a must-see, with stunning views of the Rockies, 9,000 capacity seating and hiking trails for further exploration.
If you’re there between November and March, you’re bound to hear the ski slopes at Loveland, Keystone, Breckenridge and Copper Moutain calling. All resorts are less than two hours from Denver.
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