Here are a few tips and tricks that will help you get to your flight at Denver Airport on time.
How to be an expert at navigating the Denver International Airport DIA.
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Visit your airlines website, or download their mobile app to find your airlines online check in policy. Most airlines will let you check in 24 hours before your flight. If you need to check your luggage with an airline ticket counter, most airlines like United will allow you to drop your luggage off at one their kiosk. However, to check in online, all you need is your name, and confirmation number. Once checked in, your airline will give a mobile boarding pass, and or an option to print your boarding pass with a home printer.
Know your gate. During inclement weather at DIA, gates are always subject to change. Your gate will start with the letter A, B, or C, followed by a two digit number. You can visit https://www.flydenver.com/flights for up to date gate, and flight information. If you’ve provided your airline and flight number with Blackcar24 during your reservation, they will monitor your flight, and your airport driver will also have your gate information, and any updates about your flight, during your ride to DIA.
If you have no luggage to check, and you’ve already checked in online, you can go straight to security when you arrive at DIA. DIA has 3 security check points. A Bridge Security, North Security, and South Security checkpoints. You can visit https://www.flydenver.com/security for up to date airport security information, and check security wait times. The cool part about flying through Denver Airport is it doesn’t matter what airline you’re traveling on. You can get to your gate from any security checkpoint. If your gate starts with the letter A, you can use A Bridge Security, and walk to the A concourse. Even if your gate starts with B, or C, you can still use the A Bridge checkpoint, and take the airport train to the B or C concourse. The airport train makes a stop at Concourse A, B, C, Baggage Claim, and Terminal. Your train stop is your corresponding gate letter. For example, if your gate is C42, your stop will be Concourse C, the last stop.
The entire process should take you no more then 30 minutes, that’s from the time Blackcar24 drops you off at the Airport Terminal, until you reach your gate.