Denver International Airport – DEN Denver
Mainly serving Denver, Colorado and the greater Front Range Urban Corridor, the Denver International Airport is an airport in Denver, which is locally called as DIA. Since opened in 1995, the airport has 23 different airlines and has been handling non-stop service to 215 different destinations in Europe, Asia, North and Latin America. It is the biggest airport in North America in terms of land area, and second in the world next to the King Fhad International Airport in Saudi Arabia. With over 35,000 employees, the Denver International Airport is the biggest employer in North America.
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Denver International Airport has a size of 33,531 acres and has six runways. Four north-south and two east-west. The airport has only one main passenger terminal, the Jeppesen, which is internationally known because it looked like snow-capped mountains. The terminal has three airside concourses, Concourse A, B and C that has 89 gates in total. One of the earliest public arts of DIA is the Blue Mustang, a 32-foot tall bright blue fiberglass with glowing red eyes that is situated between the inbound and outbound lanes of Peña Boulevard. Passengers can choose from a wide variety of restaurants and cafes in the airport. Some spa and airline clubs are available in the area. There are also a number of kiosks that offers different gifts and souvenirs. You can have a tour in Stonegate and Englewood for these cities are just close to DEN Denver.