Denver AirportDenver International Airport DEN - also known as DIA - is the State of Colorado's primary airport, described as being like an apparition of snowy white peaks floating over the empty plains. It is the highest airport in the United States, occupies 55 square miles, and is one of the largest airports in the world, with plenty of room to grow. DIA has recently implemented an ISO 14001-certified environmental management system covering the entire airport. You can contact the Airport toll-free within Colorado at 1-800-247-2336.
Denver Airport is located in the northeastern section of the City of Denver, which is also its operator, and is directly accessible via Pena Blvd., leading to Interstate 70 east/west, E-470, and to I-25 north/south. Estimated driving time is 30 minutes to the business center of Denver, Colorado, referred to as the 'Mile-High City".
With five runways at 12,000 feet each and one runway at 16,000 feet, and nearly 53.2 million passengers in 2012, Denver International Airport is hub to Frontier, Great Lakes & United airlines, and is served by a host of airlines offering direct and connecting flights to all points of the globe. Recently, Icelandair started year-round nonstop flights to Reykjavik, Spirit airlines has started serving domestic flights, and United will start in March 2013 with daily nonstop flight to Narita Airport in Japan - the first non-stop flight to Asia via daily at DEN!