Denver International Airport

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Norwegian will launch a Denver-Rome flight in 2020. But will passengers actually get to fly on one of their Dreamliners?

Norwegian has been using Wamos, a Spanish charter airline, to cover dozens of its flights out of Denver because of problems with the budget carrier’s state-of-the-art Boeing 787 aircraft

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Denver mayor’s staff being investigated over media leak about terminated Denver airport renovation contract

“It would be irresponsible to not follow up on those kinds of matters,” said City Attorney Kristin Bronson. “We’re simply doing our job.”

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What Denver International Airport looked and felt like Friday on its busiest day ever

The Colorado Sun spent 9 hours at DIA talking to airport employees and passengers -- and going behind the scenes -- to figure out what the droves meant

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As Denver airport’s passenger numbers have seen a meteoric rise, so have its cargo operations. And that says a lot.

The jump in cargo loads at Denver International Airport is a solid indicator of Colorado’s economic growth. And it also presents an area for the hub to expand its operations.

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The new breweries at DIA combine to make the most unlikely beer crawl in Colorado

The Denver airport now boasts six breweries. Can you visit them all in one day and still make a flight? We tried to find out.

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Awkward pose no more: Denver airport first to get new TSA full-body scanner that lets passengers keep hands at their side

The goal is to have the new technology -- both the updated scanners and bin process -- be in place when the airport’s $1.8 billion Great Hall renovation is complete

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How Denver International Airport lands international flights — and which destinations might be next

Denver is among the top underserved markets for Amsterdam, Dublin, New Zealand, Beijing and the Middle East/Africa/India

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A double-decker Airbus A380 landed in Denver for the first time last night. But don’t expect to see the plane here again soon.

The airport has one of the longest runways in the U.S., meaning it can accommodate an A380 without issue

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Federal criminal investigation alleged as lawsuit claiming bribery, bid rigging for Denver airport concessions contract is revived

The “most valuable concessions contract” in airport history — including Smashburger, Tom's Urban Kitchen and Brewery — at the center of legal battle.