IMPORTANT CHANGE TO AIRPORT ID BADGE EXPIRATION DATES!!
Airport ID badges that are issued after Nov. 30, 2020, will be printed with a 1-year badge expiration date (instead of the badgeholder’s birthday). Current active badges are still valid until the expiration date printed on the badge. This change will also provide badgeholders with up to 60-days before badge expiration to renew their Airport ID badge. The Badging Office encourages all badgeholders to provide a valid email address to the Badging Office during badge renewal in order to receive automated annual badge renewal notifications.
FACE COVERINGS ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL PERSONS ENTERING THE BADGING OFFICES. FACE COVERINGS WILL NEED TO BE REMOVED FOR ANY BADGE PHOTOS AND PUT BACK ON AFTERWARDS
View current wait times and Check-in online on our home page www.flydenver.com/badging.
TEMPORARY FURLOUGH/LAY-OFF PROCEDURES: Please contact [email protected] on guidance and best practices before terminating or returning any badges for employees that will be placed on a temporary furlough during the COVID-19 crisis. Airport Security wants to work with you and your company’s unique situation to allow your employees to return to DEN as soon as possible.
TEMPORARY BADGING OFFICE HOURS:
The Badging Offices are open from 6:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Please plan to arrive early. Depending on customer volume and transaction type, lines may close earlier than 4:30 p.m.
REMOTE CHECK-IN REMINDER: All Badging Office customers are now required to check-in for badging services either via the DEN Insider App, or online via the Badging website www.flydenver.com/badging.
Check-in at the Badging Office kiosks is no longer available.
Additionally, Satellite Badging Office customers are being asked, once they have checked-in online, to wait outside or in their cars until they are notified via text message that they have reached the front of the line. Badging Office customers on Concourse A, are being asked, once they have checked-in online, to remain on the Concourse level until they are notified via text message that they have reached the front of the line. Both of these precautions further help to minimize the amount of time customers have to spend in the Badging Office.