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Denver International Airport, often referred to as DIA, is an airport in Denver, Colorado. At 34,000 acres, it is the largest airport in the United States by total area. Runway 16R/34L is the longest public use runway in the United States. Denver International Airport (IATA: DEN, ICAO: KDEN, FAA LID: DEN), DIA is the main hub for low-cost carrier Frontier Airlines and commuter carrier Great Lakes Airlines. It is also the fourth-largest and Central US hub for United Airlines, and a major focus city for Southwest Airlines. Since commencing service to Denver in January 2006, Southwest has added over 50 destinations, making Denver its fastest-growing market. DIA is the only airport in the United States to have implemented an ISO 14001-certified environmental management system covering the entire airport

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Overall rating 
 
3.6
Cleanliness 
 
4.0
WiFi and Internet 
 
3.3
Dining 
 
3.3
Entertainment 
 
2.5
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3.0
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4.0
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Very confusing signs
Overall rating 
 
4.0
I want to start with the exactly how one can manage to find out where to go get on the light rail train to downtown Denver. In the past to get to downtown Denver from the airport you have to resort to some other kinds of Transportation but now the airport offers a direct train that takes you from the airport to downtown Denver Denver at Union Station. So convenient!! Arrived on United Airlines flight at the B-Gates. As I walked out from the arrival gate I looked at the signs to see which direction I should go for ground transportation . believe it or not there is no such sign that said ground transportation. All the signs were saying baggage claims. So I follow the crowd and also tried to follow the baggage claim signage so that I don't lose my direction. Ended up on a platform where I had to take a terminal train to take me to the main terminal. Not until I got to the platform of that airport terminal train that I hear on an announcement that at the terminal or the main terminal I should exit for ground transportation. Wow finally I found a way for how to get to the ground transportation. None of the signs on the B Gates Concourse said ground transportation. Exit at the main terminal and try to follow the signs where it's at ground transportation / baggage claim however I ended up to a point where I lost it I didn't know where to go it was so confusing. Is if the baggage claim / ground transportation Direction was pointing to nowhere. I even ended up going to some lower-level and had to come up again. Then I saw a desk where someone was giving direction and information. I asked how to get to the train that takes me to downtown Denver. The person replied so it's very easy just follow this way and you end up at a door and there is the only way to get out of the building and then you'll see an escalator will take you down to the station platform. Not until I got to that end point of the of the terminal building where I saw a sign that said ground transportation I exited and then I saw the escalator that took me to the platform. It wasn't supposed to be difficult what is it! So I found that as I have not been to Denver airport for quite a while and not checking any information online and just relying on the signage or Direction at the airport to get to the train that takes me to downtown Denver and I found it impossible. It was so ironic that while on the airport train an automated message greeted us. He was the mayor of Denver telling us how great the airport was and so on and so forth and how he welcomes us for the holidays and to explore all that this airport can offer.. at the B gates at around 6 p.m. he was so crowded there were so many passengers very little space for sitting

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Date of Visit
November, 2018

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Long security check point lines
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3.4
Stranded at Denver International on the way to SFO. Missed my flight. Most importantly, waited at the longest security check point line EVER for 45 min - ridicules It proved to be a nightmare.

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December, 2016

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Well done transfer
(Updated: May 19, 2016)
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2.9
Had a very tight flights transfer. Just 35 min in between. Arrived and departed at United Airlines Terminal. Worried if I could really make it but the incoming flight arrived 15 min earlier so at the airport Terminal I just had to walk to the opposite side of my arrival gate to end up at my departure gate. A very well done connection.

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Date of Visit
May, 2016

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Denver International Airport Gate B46
Denver international airport gate b46
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Far from the city
Overall rating 
 
4.0
One thing you must know about this airport is how far is from Denver. By car is about 40 min but if you use a shuttle service or public transit count it an hour. Is not close by any mean. And you hit traffic on the way, it may be even longer, so plan ahead. Th airport is huge, so every time I get there I definitely check the monitors first to make sure i know how much time I have till boarding. Dining at the airport offers variety of choices but as healthy as I would wanted. Mostly fast food and some other type of junk.

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Date of Visit
April, 2016

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Denver International Airport terminal interior
Denver International Airport Construction Time-Lapse