Passenger Facilities

Jeppesen Terminal

Departing passengers arrive at the dual-sided Jeppesen Terminal via Peña Boulevard, the airport roadway.  The roadway divides to Terminal West and Terminal East, but also separates into three traffic levels for greater convenience and less traffic congestion:

  • Departures (Level 6) – Departing passengers, curbside baggage check-in and airline ticketing
  • Taxi, Van, Shuttle Services (Level 5) – Drop-off and pick-up lanes for taxis, car-rental vans, shuttles, buses, limousines
  • Arrivals (Level 4) – Passenger pick-up

Two central security-screening areas are located at entrances to the airport subway system, or Automated Guideway Train System (AGTS).  The AGTS links Jeppesen Terminal with A, B and C Gates.  A third security-screening area is available if you are walking to A Gates, via a glass-enclosed bridge.

Flight information monitors are located at each subway station entrance, and baggage information monitors are located near baggage-claim carousels.

Car rental and ground transportation carrier counters are in the terminal’s atrium between the security-screening areas. International arrivals proceed through Federal Inspection (FIS) and U.S. Customs at the north end of Jeppsen Terminal, Level 5.


Denver International Airport has three concources (Gates A, B and C) beyond security screening that provide access to the airline gates. Gates B and C are accessible from Jeppessen Terminal only via the airport subway system. Gate A can be reached by walking the passenger bridge or by taking the subway train from the terminal.  Moving walkways help you move quickly along from the terminal and throughout the Gates.

A Gates

Airlines locted on A Gates are accessible by train from Jeppesen Terminal or by the passenger bridge, a unique walkway that spans the airplane taxiway.  The passenger bridge offers a closeup view of airplanes as they move to their gates. A Gates contains gates A26 through A68.  All international flights arrive at A Gates.

Electric carts are available to transport elderly or disabled passengers to airline gates.

B Gates

Airlines located on B Gates are aacessible only by train from Jeppesen Terminal. B Gates contains Gates B15 through B95 and serves United and United Express, as well as commuter flights through the Regional Jet Facility.

Electric carts are available to transport elderly or disabled passengers to airline gates.

C Gates

Airlines located on C Gates are accessible only by train from Jeppesen Terminal. C Gates contains Gates C23 trhough C49.