In September 2021, passengers can reach more than 200 destinations nonstop from Denver International Airport (DEN).
DEN Nonstop Routes, September 2021
Airlines Operating/Not Operating at DEN
Denver's strategic location near the geographic center of the U.S. makes DEN a convenient transcontinental connecting point. In addition, Denver's relatively isolated location also means that travelers from neighboring states use Denver International as their origin airport, widening Denver's catchment area.
Room to Grow
Denver International Airport is one of the few major U.S. airports with room to expand its current facilities to accommodate future growth. Encompassing 53 square miles (137.8 square kilometers) of land, DEN is twice the size of Manhattan Island, and is larger than the city boundaries of Boston, Miami or San Francisco. DEN is the largest airport site in North America and the second largest in the world.
The efficient layout of six non-intersecting runways allows for multiple simultaneous aircraft movements. DEN has capacity for six additional runways, another terminal and two additional concourses. Denver’s Runway 16R/34L, which runs north south and is 16,000 feet long (4,800 meters), is the longest commercial runway in the United States.
Denver does not have any slot restrictions or curfews and is open 24 hours per day. The Federal Inspection Service (FIS) facility is open between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. Mountain Time daily.
Air Service Incentives
If you are an airline interested in operating at Denver International Airport, please visit our page about our air service incentive program.