Denver International Airport
DEN has the third-largest U.S. domestic network and offers over 180 nonstop domestic and international destinations, with increasing air service to countries outside the United States. DEN serves over 20 international non-stop destinations including Tokyo, Japan (Narita), Reykjavik, Iceland and Panama City, Panama, some of the newest destinations.
DEN also offers over 140 restaurants and shops and is ranked is one of the top 10 healthiest U.S. airports. The airport also has one of the most extensive airport art programs in the world.
In the fall of 2015, DEN will open the Westin Denver International Airport Hotel, which consists of 519 rooms, 35 suites, and a conference center boasting more than 37,000 square feet of flexible meeting space. With Denver centrally located within North America, the Westin Denver International Airport Hotel is a convenient location for business meetings and conferences. The hotel and conference center are connected to the Jeppesen Terminal via the Plaza.
The transit center is now open and the commuter rail line that connects DEN to downtown Denver in approximately 35 minutes. The trains run every 15 minutes during peak hours and every 30 minutes during non-peak hours. The public transit center also serves as the pick-up and drop-off location for all RTD buses. With the new facility, residents and visitors will have greater access to the city and the airport.