Tuesday, October 09, 2007

DIA Plans $1 Billion in Upgrades

by Osman Parvez
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A good indicator for economic growth is airport traffic and DIA is one of the nations fastest growing airports. When built, some wondered if Denver would ever get enough traffic. Now, it's bursting at the seams.

From Aero News:

After its opening 12 years ago, Denver International Airport is bursting at the seams and planning more than $1 billion in improvements to handle the business that has made it one of the fast-growing airports in the country.The full parking garages, frequent long lines at the two main security checkpoints and crowds at restaurants and fast-food stands at the concourses show DIA edging closer to maximum capacity.

image: WTL

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3 comments:

  1. Maybe they will add more outlets and accessible wireless for those of us who travel with laptops.

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  2. Now *that* would be a great idea.

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  3. I flew back from New Zealand and arrived at DIA the day it opened, among much fuss and furor about the baggage handling system. It has been a great airport and it certainly is a recognized Denver landmark as it is so distinctive.

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