Fast-growing Denver International Airport (DEN) has embarked on a $3.5 billion five-year capital improvement plan that will include the addition of 39 more gates and expand parking, security and passenger facilities by 2021. DEN’s O&D accounts for 65% of its passenger traffic, a far higher percentage than was envisioned when the airport opened 23 years ago. This has put pressure on its landside facilities and capacity, DEN CEO Kim Day said at the Boyd Group International Aviation ...

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