- Sprawling 53 square miles across the eastern plains, Denver International Airport (DIA) is one of the largest (and busiest) airports in the world. There are so many restaurants, shops, trees and works of art inside the airport that you almost feel like you are walking through a fancy mall rather than an airport. Helpful Tips: DIA contains the Jeppesen Terminal and three concourses (A, B, C). All concourses are reached by underground train, which runs approximately every two minutes from the main terminal. A walking bridge also accesses Concourse A. Parking is available on both the west and east side of the Jeppensen Terminal. United Airlines, which operates 70 percent of the flights from DIA, resides on the west side, along with Northwest, Air Canada and British Airways. All other major US airlines, including American Airlines, Delta and Frontier, reside on the east side. Ground transportation information is available at booths in baggage claim on Level 5. Ticketing and check in is located on Level 6.
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