United Airlines to Dramatically Increase Footprint at Denver Airport

By Anna Breuer on 23 January 2020
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United Airlines will expand its footprint at Denver International Airport.

The Denver City Council approved on Monday a contract with the airline that will give it 24 additional gates as well as space for new clubs and offices.

United, the largest airline serving Denver, will increase the number of gates it has there from 66 to 90.  The airline plans to increase its flying to 700 daily flights by 2025.

The Chicago-based airline will update its two United Clubs on Concourse B and build a new United Club on Concourse A.   It will also get additional support space on the east and weset sides of Concourse B as well as on Concourse A.

The work is part of the airport’s $1.5 billion gate-expansion project, which commenced in May 2018. That project will add 39 new gates to the airport, 12 of which for United.

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