Denver International Airport is a major airline hub, the fifth busiest airport in the United States. Since the airport opened in 1995, it has consistently won readers' choice awards from publications like Business Traveler Magazine. The airport offers free wi-fi access in public areas and a diverse array of dining and shopping choices.
Located northeast of downtown Denver, a cab or shuttle ride puts you in the heart of the city in about 25 minutes. The city's public transport system, Regional Transportation District (RTD), also operates five bus routes under the frequent airport express bus service called skyRide. View more information on Denver Ground Transportation.
Visitor information can be found at VISIT DENVER's Visitor Information Center, located in the Main Terminal Building on the 5th floor.
Hours: 8:00am to 5:00pm, 7 days a week.
*Guides, maps, and brochures are available 24 hours a day.
• 5th busiest airport in the U.S.; 10th busiest in the world
• Offers nonstop service to more than 160 U.S. cities
• Offers nonstop service to 19 international cities
• 14 airlines, excluding express carriers and charters
• Four low-cost air carriers (Frontier, Southwest, AirTran & jetBlue)
• Averages more than 1,700 flights daily
AeroMexico • Air Canada • AirTran • Alaska • American • British Airways • Delta • Frontier • Great Lakes • jetBlue • Lufthansa • Southwest • United • US Airways
Motorcoach and Tour Companies
Any motorcoach company or tour operator that has scheduled trips to/from Denver International Airport is encouraged to contact the Ground Transportation Administration office at the Denver International Airport at 303-342-4060 and visit their website
for a listing of rules and regulations.