Denver Airport has a single terminal building, the Jeppesen Terminal, which is separated into West and East terminals and three concourses beyond security screening: A, B, C. They provide access to the airline gates.
The terminal includes space for passenger drop-off, passenger pickup, airline check in and baggage check, baggage claim, security screening and access to gates.
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This area holds the passenger arrivals area, the Baggage claim, North and South Security Checkpoints, access to DEN Plaza and the Westin Denver International Airport. International arrivals enter the terminal after passing through Federal Inspection (FIS) and U.S. Customs at the north end of Jeppesen Terminal.
This area hosts the Airline Check-In/ Ticketing Counters and the Bridge Security Checkpoint.
The Jeppesen Terminal is connected to the three concourses of the DEN airport through a Train that works through an Automated Guideway System. The stops are located in the center of the four buildings. Passengers are directed to the Train gates, after the North and South security checkpoints. Regarding the journey time, from the terminal to Gates C is less than ten minutes, while from Gates A to Gates B it is about three minutes and from Gates A to Gates C the journey is about about five minutes.
A Gates contains gates A26 through A87. They are accessible by train from Jeppesen Terminal or by the passenger bridge, a unique walkway that spans a taxiway. All international flights arrive at A Gates. Transportation of elderly or disabled passengers to airline gates are available through electric carts.
B Gates contains Gates B7 through B95. Airlines located on B Gates are accessible only by train from Jeppesen Terminal or A or C Gates. Transportation of elderly or disabled passengers to airline gates are available through electric carts.
C Gates contains Gates C23 through C67. Airlines located on C Gates are accessible only by train from Jeppesen Terminal or A or B Gates.
Dropping of and Picking up zone
Passengers arrive at Jeppesen Terminal via the airport roadway, Peña Boulevard. 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
- Commercial Vehicle Services - (Level 5) – Drop-off and pickup lanes for taxis, car-rental vans, shuttles, buses, limousines, and Uber and Lyft passengers
- Arrivals (Level 4) – Passenger pickup