Denver International Airport Terminal Information
The smooth and efficient flow of passengers through Denver International Airport is facilitated by the use of elevators, escalators, moving walkways, and an underground train. The Jeppesen Terminal is divided into east and west sides. Departing passengers can select one of three traffic levels on approach from the airport roadway. The upper level is for curbside baggage check-in and airline ticketing, the commercial level contains drop-off / pickup lanes for taxis, car rental vans, shuttles, and buses. The lower level is for passenger pickup.
Baggage claim is on the east and west sides of Level 5, according to airline. Ticketing is on the east and west sides of Level 6, also according to airline. There are three concourses: A, B, and C. The train journey from the farthest concourse to the Jeppesen Terminal takes less than five minutes. Trains depart every two minutes. International travelers arrive on Concourse A and clear customs en route to the terminal.
Domestic travelers can check luggage or skis at the curbside check-in on Level 6 check-in / ticketing, which is the designated level for private cars. There are 24 curbside stations and 100 ticketing positions. Travelers can check-in at curbside before returning via the terminal loop to park. Automated telecars, conveyors, and tugs move luggage from the check-in locations. Taxis, shuttles, and buses have curbside check-in on Level 5: commercial ground transportation vehicles / baggage claim.
Eastside Ticketing and Baggage
AirTran Airways, Alaska Airlines, America West Airlines, American Airlines, BigSky Airlines, Champion Air, Continental Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Frontier Airlines, Frontier JetExpress, Great Lakes Airlines, Hooters Air, Horizon Air, JetBlue Airways, Mesa Airlines, Midwest Airlines, Sun Country Airlines, and US Airways.
Westside Ticketing and Baggage
Air Canada, ATA Airlines, British Airways, Lufthansa, Mexicana, Northwest Airlines, Ted, United Airlines, and United Express. Many charters also use the west side.
Concourse A serves British Airways, Continental Airlines, Frontier Airlines, Frontier JetExpress, Great Lakes Airlines, Hooters Air, JetBlue Airways, Lufthansa, Mesa Airlines, Mexicana, Ted, and United Airlines. It contains gates A24-A61.
If your plane gate is on Concourse A, you may take the train or walk across the pedestrian bridge linking the concourse to the terminal. On arrival at the concourse, take an escalator or elevator to the concourse level and follow the signs to your gate.
Concourse B serves Air Canada, United Airlines, and United Express. It contains gates B15-B61.
Concourse C serves AirTran Airways, Alaska Airlines, America West Airlines, American Airlines, ATA Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Horizon Air, Midwest Airlines, Northwest Airlines, and US Airways. It contains gates C30-C49.
There are a number of shops throughout the concourses and the terminal, which include newsstands, bookstores, gift shops, and a travel agency.
Restaurants and Bars
There are a number of restaurants, eateries, and fast-food outlets throughout the concourses and the terminal.
Currency Exchange and ATMs and Other Services
Each concourse provides Automated Teller Machines and change machines, telephone banks, flight information display monitors, and other services.
There are 16 public pay telephones in the terminal and concourses for the hearing impaired.
There are 16 unisex restrooms for persons with disabilities.