DIA was built to handle up to 50 million passengers a year, but 58 million people passed through last year.
Two Denver restaurants will depart from Denver International Airpot early next year to make space for the new Denver Central Market.
The sprawling LED display has drawn some criticism as a perceived extravagance, but DIA officials claim it's a sound investment.
Xeli is a domestic shorthair cat. She weighs 12 pounds and, according to a press release, "loves making new friends."
More beer, coffee and food options at Denver International Airport will include Denver Central Market and Breckenridge Brewery
In it's continuing quest to be the best place in America at which to wait for a plane, Denver International Airport is about to open a dozen new options for coffee, travel necessities, food and alcohol.
Over the course of nearly five hours of debate, several Denver City Council members with serious concerns about the deal found themselves at yes.
Denver International Airport vice president Eric Hiraga will become the next executive director of the Denver Office of Economic Development.
DIA definitely needs to change its security operations, but how does the public know whether a $1.8 billion public-private partnership is a good deal?
Denver wants to create an office for public-private partnerships, and City Council fears being cut out of the process
Under the proposal, Denver City Council would get to set the broad parameters of deals, but contracts would be finalized at the administrative level.
Denver International Airport will begin a months-long, $2.6 million project repairing Peña Boulevard on Thursday.
The goal: to house 23,000 families in multifamily, townhomes, and single-family homes costing anywhere from $200k to $1m. Just give them about 20 years.
Oscar Mayer's Wienermobile has been driving around the United States since 1936, and it stopped by Denver International Airport on Tuesday afternoon.