Lost & Found at DEN Airport
Traveling can sometimes be a hectic experience and it's easy to misplace personal items. If you've lost something at Denver Airport, don't despair. Each airport has its own procedures for handling lost items and the process can vary depending on where the item was lost. This guide will walk you through the steps to take if you've lost an item at a security checkpoint, on an aircraft, or in other areas of the Denver Airport.
Items Lost at Security Checkpoint
If you suspect that you've lost an item at a security checkpoint, you should contact the TSA directly. They can be reached at this phone number: +1-303-342-4062. They handle all items lost at security checkpoints and will be able to assist you in locating your lost item.
Items Lost on Aircraft/Lost Luggage
For items lost on the aircraft, including missing luggage at baggage claim (lost luggage), you must contact the airline you are traveling on. For contact information, visit the Airlines Served page. Here are some of the most popular airlines used at Denver Airport:
Items Lost in Other Areas
If you've lost an item in a public area of the Denver Airport, such as restrooms, parking shuttles, parking lots, or any public interior or exterior areas of the airport, you should file a free claim with the airport's lost and found department. You can file a claim at this Lost & Found Claim Link.
The Denver Airport's lost and found office is located in the Jeppesen Terminal Level 1 East, near doors 111-113. If you're driving, park on the East Side of the Main Terminal and follow signs to Lost and Found. Inside Terminal Level 5, find luggage carousel 6 and 7 and take the elevator to Level 1.
The office is open from Monday to Saturday, 8 a.m.-7:30 p.m., and on Sunday from 8 a.m.-6 p.m. The phone lines close 30 minutes before the office closes. You can contact them at (303) 342-4062.