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  • 35 minutes!!!
    Oct 19, 2012
    2
    I only have 35 minutes for a connection. I will be arriving from fargo on a united flight and trying to catch a flight to frankfurt germany, also on a united flight but it says operated by lufthansa. Is this enough time?

     

    also these are united flights 5659 from fargo and united flight 8879 to frankfurt

     

    On arrival at DEN, look at the overhead screen to find your connecting flight number: As a rule, the operating Airline determines the gate location - in this case Lufthansa, which uses Concourse A (Concourse A has gates A24-39 & A40-68), while United uses Concourse B (Concourse B has gates west B15 to B37; gates east B38 to B60, branching into north gates B59 to B79, and south gates B80 to B95). To get from A to B you will need to take the underground (pre-security) AGTS train which arrives /departs in the center of the Concourses. If you need to change Concourses, 35 minutes is only possible if your incoming flight is on time and you can really move fast.

     

  • Enough time??
    Sep 19, 2012
    0
    Im arriving from Saskatoon, Canada into DEN with only carry-on bags. I will have one hour to make the connecting flight to El Paso, Texas.. All flights on United..Will it be enough time If i run wherever possible?

     

  • Layover - Transition time Terminal B / C
    Sep 14, 2012
    1
    I'm arriving on United, connecting to an American flight. Is 1.5 hours sufficient time to make my connection?

     

    On arrival at DEN, international arrivals go through FIS & US Customs at the north end of the Main Terminal at Level 5, where they need to retrieve their checked bags, go through customs clearance and - if connecting to another flight, take the AGTS underground train to their departure gate area. Make sure United transfers bag to American flight - if not you need to re-check-in bags with American. If you are a domestic arrival use the nderground AGTS running continuously between the Concourses, with gates on either side (starting past the two central security screening areas and taking 5 minutes for each stop). Either way, you have enough time.

     

  • Enough time?
    Sep 6, 2012
    1
    ETA Sep 22 United 6215 from Regina. Must clear customs and get to United 0349 to Wichita. Only have 90 mins. Is this enough time? Any shortcuts?

     

    On arrival at DEN at Terminal East, Concourse A, you need to go through FIS & US Customs at the north end of the Main Terminal at Level 5, where you need to retrieve checked bags, go through customs clearance and - if connecting to another flight, take the AGTS underground train to your departure gate area - which is in Concourse B, which has gates west B15 to B37; gates east B38 to B60, branching into north gates B59 to B79, and south gates B80 to B95. You have enough time. (check overhead screens on arrival for your connecting gate number and time).

     

  • connection time
    Sep 4, 2012
    1
    I am flying United from OKC to EGE, with only 1 hr connection time in Denver, will this give me enough time to change planes?

     

    You arrive and depart at DEN from Concourse B - the B gates are for United & US Airways. Concourse B has gates west B15 to B37; gates east B38 to B60, branching into north gates B59 to B79, and south gates B80 to B95.

     

  • only 45 minute to change planes!
    Sep 2, 2012
    1
    9-26 flying from Spokane, WA Southwest flight 981. Changing planes to Southwest flight 1768 in 45 minutes. Looks like SW flies into concourse A and B. How doI find which concourse we fly into and where we go to change planes? Not much time is allotted!

     

    Southwest uses domestic gates C28-50 (Concourse C) and Terminal East. I suggest you open www.ifly.com/den and click on "Terminal Map", under QUICK LINKS; then scroll down to the detailed text, including transfers.

     

  • Need to plan ahead
    Aug 26, 2012
    1
    We are connecting in Denver to Los Angeles in November and are traveling with a 3-year-old and a senior with some mobility issues. How can we find out which terminal we deplane and reboard so we can plan on making the connection on time.

     

    1. As a first order of business, you need to find out (if using different airlines) if your first airline will transfer your bags to your LA flight - if not you would need to take your bags to the counter of your connecting airline & re-check them in. 2. When making reservations, also mention that you will need wheelchair assistance. 3. For all other information, including international arrivals procedure (if that applies), terminal layout, how to connect, and airline assignments, I suggest you open www.ifly.com/den and click on "Terminal Map" under QUICK LINKS, then scroll down to the detailed text. 4. Also search your airline for check-in options (online, at DEN's check-in kiosks, or at counter); for baggage rules (checke-in and carry-ons - weight, dimensions, fees - & their rules for small children (collapsible strollers can be taken to the gate - they will be stored in the aircraft's hull until you arrive.

     

  • layover time
    Aug 22, 2012
    1
    I am flying into DENVER on United. Have only 50 minutes to connect to a Frontier flight. It looks like Uniteds on concourse B, Frontier's on concourse A. Should I take a train or is there a connecting skybridge. 50 minutes is not long to make the connection. Thoughts?

     

    1. To get from Concourse B to Concourse A, you need to take the underground AGTS train, which runs continuously between the Concourses, with gates on either side and taking 5 minutes for each stop).

     

  • Only 25 minute layover from sfo -> fll
    Aug 20, 2012
    2
    Flying Southwest through denver to fort lauderdale and they only gave us a 25 minute layover to switch planes. Arriving flight 3519 from San Francisco then to outgoing flight 441 to Fort Lauderdale. Both flights service by Southwest. Will we have enough to time to make the transfer?

     

    I found out we're coming into gate c39 and leaving out of gate c28. Same concourse but i think we're still cutting it close with 25 minutes anyone have an opinion on this?

     

    You arrive in Denver at Concourse C at its west gates C28 to C39; just walk over to C28.

     

  • Fastest way term. C to term. B
    Aug 18, 2012
    1
    I am flying from Dulles on Southwest arriving term. C. Need to get to term. B and fly out to Aspen - have 35 minutes to make flight. What is the best and fastest way to term B and how do I get there.

     

    1. You arrive at the Jeppeson Terminal's Concourse C and depart from its Concourse B. 2. The underground AGTS train runs continuously between the Concourses, with gates on either side and taking 5 minutes for each stop - follow signs). 3. Concourse B has gates west B15 to B37; gates east B38 to B60, branching into north gates B59 to B79, and south gates B80 to B95. The overhead screen on arrival will indicate your departure gate.

     

  • distance between gates
    Aug 10, 2012
    1
    We arrive at Gate B18 and depart from Gate B86 and have a 45 min connection time - will we make it?

     

    You have no time to waste: Gate B18 is near the opposite end of gate B86. When you get off gate 18 walk towards gate 20 to 36, pass the mezzanine level leading down to the train, and continue on from gate 38 to 60; then follow signs to gate 80-95. See: http://www.flydenver.com/map_b_gates_airline

     

  • Terminal Search
    Aug 5, 2012
    1
    I am flying to Denver on Frontier then boarding Republic Air to Great Falls. Where is the Republic Air terminal? Cannot find it on the airport map?

     

    Republic Airways is an airline holding company that owns Chautauqua Airlines, Frontier Airlines, Republic Airlines and Shuttle America. You arrive & depart from the Jeppeson Terminal's Concourse A, which has gates A24-39 and A40-68.

     

  • All United flights in & out of same term
    Jul 24, 2012
    2
    Looking to fly out of IAD in Oct. then on to FAT on United. Iad flight (UA403) arrives at 10:26, flight to FAT leaves at 11:25(UA5505), I have 59 minutes to lay over-is this enough time to make my flight and make sure my baggage is on the next flight? Same story on return flight

     

    At DEN you arrive & depart from the Jeppeson Terminal's Concourse B, which has the B gates are for United & US Airways. Concourse B has gates west B15 to B37; gates east B38 to B60, branching into north gates B59 to B79, and south gates B80 to B95. Follow signs to your connecting flight - you have plenty of time.

     

    thank you so much!

     

  • changing to Republic Airlines
    Jul 23, 2012
    1
    I am flying in to Denver using Frontier Airlines and have 35 mins. to connect to Republic Airlines that will take me to Durango Colorado. Is Republic Airlines the same as Frontier? And what concourse will I find Republic?

     

    At DEN you arrive and depart from the same Terminal East, at A gates: (Republic Airways Holdings owns Chautauqua Airlines, Frontier Airlines, Republic Airlines and Shuttle America.)

     

  • Great place
    Nov 23, 2012
    1
    If you have time, ask to be seated or grab a seat at the bar. Great top shelf margaritas and quesadillas.

     

    Found hair in my food. Got a replacement dish which also had hair in it. Yuk

     





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