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  • I fly in Denver from Florida
    Jul 17, 2012
    If I fly into Denver on Southwest from Florida..and fly out to Spokane on Southwest sounds like I'll be staying in terminal c?


    Southwest serves Terminal C, which has gates west C28 to C39; C gates east C40 to C50.


  • arr DEN on Frontier with 1 hour to chang
    Jul 16, 2012
    Arr on Frontier with one hour to change to SWA flight. Is this enough time?


    1 hr is sufficient if you are a domestic arrival on Frontier, which uses Concourse A. Southwest uses Concourse C, both with corresponding gates. The underground AGTS train runs continuously between the Concourses, with gates on either side (starting past the two central security screening areas and taking 5 minutes for each stop). (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.) If domestic arrival take the train to Concourse C, which runs continuously and takes only minutes.


  • Changing from Southwest to Great Lakes
    Jul 1, 2012
    Can someone guide me on flying into Denver on Southwest Airlines then changing to fly out on Great Lakes Airlines to Cheyenne. I only have about an hour to do this.


    At DEN you arrive via Southwest at Concourse C (C gates) and depart via Great Lakes at Concourse A, gate A61. Separate and parallel-running Concourses A, B and C have each three levels: level 3 is the mezzanine; level 2 is the gate area; and level B the train station. The underground AGTS train runs continuously between the Concourses, with gates on either side and taking 5 minutes for each stop). You have enough time to transfer. Simply follow signs.


  • Easy guide to connection.
    Jun 27, 2012
    Flying in from BZN on United to DFW. Is terminal B easy to navigate and is an hour and 20 mins enough layover time?


    Coming from Bozeman and changing flights at Denver to Dallas Fort Worth - you arrive at, and depart from, DEN at the Jeppeson Terminal's Concourse B (a separate building) which is used by United & US Airways, and has gates B15-37 on one side , B38-61 on opposite side, and branching into gates B62-79 & B80-95. Look on arrival at the overhead screen to find your flight number, gate & departure time. You have plenty of time.


  • changing planes southwest airelines
    Jun 24, 2012
    Flying from phoenix SW 7-2-12 #3328 arrives denver at 8;30am changes to SW plane #853 to Tulsa that leaves 8:55am. Is gate to tulsa connection on same concourse and close by to make connection. Thank you


  • connection time
    Jun 15, 2012
    flying from Milwaukee to Las Vegas on Frontier. I am a slow walker is 35 min long enough to make a connection?


    At DEN, you arrive and depart from Concourse A which has gates A24-39 and A40-68 at either side. Just follow signs - you have enough time.


  • Changing planes in DEN
    Jun 12, 2012
    I'm flying in from Jacksonville Fl, terminating my flight at Sacramento Ca I change planes in Denver, and would like to know which terminal I fly into and then which one I will depart from for Sacramento California Thanks


    Your arrival & departure at DEN depends on the airline(s) you take. Look at your ticket and at the overhead screens on arrival to find your connecting gate number. The Jeppeson Terminal has Concourses A (gates A24-39 and A40-68 on either side; Concourse B has gates B15-37 & B38-61, branching into gates B62-79 & B80-95. Concourse C (Southwest, Delta) has gates C28-39 & C40-50. While Concourse A can be reached from the Jeppesen Terminal via a glass-enclosed skybridge, the AGTS underground train system located past the Jeppesen terminal's central security screening area connects Concourses A-C, taking five minutes for each stop.


  • Wichita-Denver-Phoenix
    Jun 11, 2012
    I have a similar question - My situation is, (my son) flying through from Wichita KS (Frontier) going to Phoenix AZ Question is, what are the simplest directions for flight transfer? THANK YOU to anyone that can help :)


    Frontier is entirely on Concourse A, so assuming his connecting flight is Frontier, he should have no problem. The gates are clearly labeled, and all he needs to do is ask a flight attendant or other Airline personnel if he can't find the gate. He should be okay - how old is he?


    If your son arrives & departs at Denver via Frontier airlines, he will stay in Concourse B of the Jeppesen Terminal, which has gates B15-37, B38-61 and B62-79 /B80-95. He simply needs to follow signs to his connecting gate.


    He is 16 and we have flown several times, just not to that airport. I don't see him having any trouble, just wanted to be safe! Thanks :)


  • changing planes from atl going to reno
    Jun 10, 2012
    what concourse will i be flying into/out of ?? i only have an hour and im not an experienced flyer so this kinda confuses me. just want to prepare before my flight.


    Arrival & departures at DEN depends very much on which airline you use. The Main Terminal has three parallel buildings which are called Concourses A, B & C and which are served by an underground AGTS train stopping at their center & taking 5 mins between stops. Concourse A (AirTran, American, Lufthansa, Frontier, Great Lakes, British Aiways, JetBlue, Air Canada, Aeromexico, Alaska) has gates A24-39 at west, A40-68 at east; Concourse B (United, US Airways) has gates B15-37 at west and B38-61 at east, branching into gates B62-79 & B80-95. Concourse C (Southwest, Delta) has gates C28-39 at west and C40-50 at east. Your ticket should indicate gate number; also on arrival at Denver Airport check the overhead screens for your Airline flight number, gate and departure time.


    I had a similar question and your answer helped. THANK YOU :) My situation is, flying in from Wichita KS (Frontier) going to Phoenix AZ


  • Domestic connection
    Jun 1, 2012
    I'm flying into Denver from Chicago on Saturday and have only 90 minutes to make a connecting flight to Aspen (United Airlines). Please can you advise me on the quickest way to get through a domestic connection? Is there anything I can do before hand to make it faster (I will check in on line before hand)


    Presuming you arrive at & depart from Denver via United Airlines, you would only have to transfer within the same Concourse of the Jeppesen Terminal, which is Concourse B, with its gates B15-37 at west and B38-61 at east, branching into gates B62-79 & B80-95. Your ticket and the overhead screen on arrival at DEN will indicate your transfer gate to Aspen. You have enough time.


  • Sub par
    May 28, 2012
    Not really anything to shout about. Had better coffee at home.


  • Good eats
    May 4, 2012
    One of the best for aorport food


  • where is terminal B73
    May 2, 2012
    Flight says we go out of terminal B73 but I don't see it on the map


    DEN has one passenger terminal with Concourses and corresponding gates A, B & C. You will enter the main terminal called the Jeppesen Terminal - the three parallel buildings are Concourses A, B & C, accessible by underground AGTS train which stop at each of the Concourse's center. Your departure gate is B73.


  • So good!
    Apr 20, 2012
    Breakfast fabolous! Mimosa great! Bloody Mary awesome!


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