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DEN Denver International Airport

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Denver International Airport (IATA: DEN, ICAO: KDEN, FAA LID: DEN), often called DIA, is, by land size, the largest international airport in the United States, and the third largest international airport in the world, after only King Fahd International Airport[1], and Montreal-Mirabel International Airport.

Currently, Denver International Airport is the fifth busiest airport in the United States in terms of traffic, and the tenth in the world with 47,324,844 passengers passing through the airport in 2006; a 9.1% change from 2005. [2]

The airport is located in far northeastern Denver, Colorado. Operated by the City and County of Denver, in 2006 it served almost 50,000,000 passengers. Denver is also the busiest and largest airport in the US without any non-stop service to and from Asia. DIA was voted the 2005 Best Airport in North America by readers of Business Traveler Magazine and was named America’s best run Airport by Time Magazine in 2002[3].

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  • Colo Flyer

    wifi at this airport is hit or miss. Sometimes I can get on after a couple of tries. Other times, I have tried for an hour or more and can’t get any connection, or if I do get a connection, it’s so bad I can’t get anywhere online. When I was there this Monday, the connection failed a couple of times. When I finally got on, I could browse just fine.

  • Christopher

    The WiFi at this airport is two-tiered. The free WiFi is relatively slow and takes a long time to authenticate/connect. You can still send emails, but you won’t be able to watch much on YouTube. I haven’t used the pay service, which is Boingo

  • kyle

    The free wifi is incredibly slow and full of advertisements. It might as well not have wifi. Better to just buy the boingo wifi.

  • Kim

    I travel through the Denver Airport all the time and have yet to be able to get the wifi in this airport. Extremely slow! Then connection error! Useless!

  • Derek

    My speed test indicated 0.13 MB/sec. What a waste!