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Denver International Airport(DIA)

Denver International Airport is the busiest and largest airport in the United States without non-stop service to and from Asia, although the airport is actively seeking such flights. Denver International Airport is the main hub for low-cost carrier Frontier Airlines and commuter carrier Great Lakes Airlines. It is also the second-largest hub for United Airlines (after Chicago's O'Hare International Airport), as well as a focus city for Southwest Airlines. Since commencing service to Denver in January 2006, Southwest has added over 30 destinations, making Denver its fastest-growing market.

Service inside the Terminal
•Baggage claim is on Level 5.

•Central security-screening areas at entrances to people-mover train.

•The people-mover train links Jeppesen Terminal and Concourses A, B and C. Passengers using Concourse A have the option of walking to or from the Terminal via a glass-enclosed bridge.

•Flight information monitors are located at each entrance to the train station for convenient reference. Baggage information monitors are located near baggage-claim carousels.

•Car rental and ground transportation carrier counters are in the central terminal atrium between the security-screening areas.

•A variety of shops and restaurants are located in the terminal atrium, including a food court and a casual dining establishment. Emphasis is on quality at a reasonable cost.

•International arrivals proceed through Federal Inspection Services area at the north end of Terminal Level 5.

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