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Denver International Airport (DEN)

The Denver is one of 408 airports with scheduled flights in the United States. With annually 436971 movements, 33.74 m passengers and 299816 tons of cargo (2020)it does not belong to the biggest airports in the country. The biggest airport by passenger amounts in the country is Pittsburgh International Airport.

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Facts about Denver International Airport

City:Denver
IATA Code:DEN
ICAO Code:KDEN
Timezone:Mountain Standard Time (UTC -7)

Size

Passengers:34 m p.a. (2020)
Cargo:299,816 t p.a. (2020)
Movements:436,971 p.a. (2020)
Airlines:24
Nonstop destinations:169
Runways:6
Longest runway:16,000 ft (4,876.8 m)

Position

Longitude:104.67300 W
Latitude:39.86170 N
Height:5,431 ft (1,655.4 m)

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Buckley Air Force Base (BFK)19.0 km
Centennial Airport (APA)36.0 km
Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport (BJC)38.0 km
Boulder Municipal Airport (WBU)51.0 km
Greeley–Weld County Airport (GXY)64.0 km
Northern Colorado Regional Airport (FNL)72.0 km
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