One of the largest airports in the world by total land area, Denver International Airport (DIA) serves metro Denver and the Front Range Urban Corridor. It services hundreds of destinations in North America, Europe, Asia and Latin America and is the hub for Frontier Airlines and United Airlines.
Denver International Airport highlights the Rocky Mountains with its peaked fibreglass terminal roof designed by Fentress Bradburn Architects. A pedestrian bridge connects the terminal to Concourse A, allowing spectacular views of the Rockies, Eastern Plains and planes taxiing on the runways.
Shopping and dining at Denver airport is an upscale experience, thanks to art galleries, designer boutiques and trendy espresso shops. The Denver Central Market food hall offers everything from fresh Italian fare to sushi and small-plates from Culture Meat & Cheese. Stop by Lounge 5280 Wine Bar for international wines, cocktails and Colorado craft beer.
Denver International Airport is about a 40-minute drive from downtown Denver and RTD buses operate the express SkyRide service. The A-Line commuter train also provides transportation to and from the airport, along with shuttles, taxis and rideshare services.