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Denver International Airport(DIA)

Denver International Airport is the busiest and largest airport in the United States without non-stop service to and from Asia, although the airport is actively seeking such flights. Denver International Airport is the main hub for low-cost carrier Frontier Airlines and commuter carrier Great Lakes Airlines. It is also the second-largest hub for United Airlines (after Chicago's O'Hare International Airport), as well as a focus city for Southwest Airlines. Since commencing service to Denver in January 2006, Southwest has added over 30 destinations, making Denver its fastest-growing market.

The Jeppesen Terminal has more than 1.5 million square feet of space. Including the three airside concourses, there is more than 6 million square feet of public space at DIA. Concourses A, B and C have a total of 89 gates. At full build-out, DIA has room for an additional terminal and two more concourses - facilities that can serve 100 million passengers per year.

DIA Concourses

Concourse A
Accessible by train from Jeppesen Terminal or by our unique walkway which spans the airplane taxiway and gives travelers a closeup view of the airplanes as they move to their gates. Contains gates A24 through A53 and serves domestic carriers Continential, Frontier, Frontier JetExpress (Horizon), Great Lakes, jetBlue aand United. International carriers British Airways, Mexicana and Lufthansa also serve their customers from this concourse.

Concourse B
Accessible only by train from Jeppesen Terminal. It contains Gates B15 through B61 serve United and United Express, as well as commuter flights. International service for Air Canada operates from this concourse.

Concourse C
Accessible only by train from Jeppesen Terminal. Gates C30 trhough C50 serve domestic carriers AirTran, Alaska, America West, American, ATA, Delta, Midwest Express, Northwest, Southwest Airlines and US Airways.

DIA Parking
• Parking at curbside is prohibited on the Arrival and Departure levels of the Main Terminal.
• A 45-minute waiting area is located just beyond the E-470 overpass on inbound Peña Boulevard for people picking up arriving travelers. You can wait there until you make cell phone contact with your party and then drive to the Terminal to meet them at a pre-arranged door on the Arrivals or Departures level.
• People picking up or dropping off travelers can park in the garage for $2 per hour.
• Stopping on the side of airport roadways is dangerous and illegal, and can subject a driver to a $60 fine.
• Overhead electronic signs and variable message boards on inbound Peña Boulevard will display real-time parking information. Parking messages also will be broadcast on DIA's radio channel, 540AM.
• The $7-per-day Economy Lots next to the Terminal garages generally fill up first. Updated information on parking spaces is available at 303-342-PARK (303-342-7275).
• DIA's least-expensive parking is in the $5-a-day Pikes Peak Shuttle Lot. Take the "75th Avenue" exit from inbound Peña Boulevard. Give yourself 20-30 extra minutes to get to the lot and ride the free bus to the Terminal, where you will be dropped off at curbside.
• The Mt. Elbert Shuttle Lot has more than 11,700 overflow spaces if the Pikes Peak Lot fills up. Travelers will be directed to those lots only as needed.

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