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Riders requesting UberX, UberXL, or Select can meet their driver upstairs on level 6.
Riders requesting Uber Black or SUV can meet their driver on level 5.
Passengers with accessibility needs may be picked up in the designated ADA access zone on the arrivals level.
There are 2 sides to the DEN terminal (East and West), so be sure to select the appropriate side after you tap Request. If you’re unsure of your terminal, check the signs posted outside.
If you need to confirm your pickup location, contact your driver through the app.
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The cost of an Uber trip to (or from) DEN depends on factors that include the type of ride you request, the estimated length and duration of the trip, tolls, and current demand for rides.
You can see an estimate of the price before you request by entering your pickup spot and destination in Uber’s price estimator above. Then, when you request a ride you’ll see your actual price in the app based on real-time factors.
Pickup locations may depend on the type of ride you request and the size of the airport. Follow the instructions in the app about where to meet your driver. You can also look for signs that point to designated airport ridesharing zones.
If you can’t find your driver, contact them through the app.
Denver International Airport (DEN) serves metropolitan Denver, Colorado, and is the 20th-busiest airport in the world and the 5th-busiest in the US. It is located about 25 miles (40 kilometers) northeast of downtown Denver, a drive that takes about 30 minutes in ideal road and traffic conditions.
DEN Airport has one main terminal, called the Jeppesen Terminal, served by 3 concourses: A, B, and C. A number of DEN Airport lounges across all concourses allow for some relaxation time. You can plan your trip using the information below.
Denver Airport’s international flights depart and arrive from Concourse A. Concourse A has 38 gates serving 26 international destinations.
There are more than 70 Denver Airport dining and beverage destinations across all the concourses. Hungry travelers have a variety of options to choose from, including coffee shops, fast food, and restaurants and cafes serving international cuisine. Some DEN Airport restaurant options are located before security checks in the Jeppesen Terminal.
DEN Airport transportation is provided by its own subway system called the Automated Guideway Transit System (AGTS). The AGTS links Jeppesen Terminal with the A, B, and C concourses and gates—in fact, it’s the only way to access Concourses B and C. Four stations serve the concourses and main terminal building.
There are many Denver Airport activities available to travelers, including a spa on Concourse C and Denver Airport massage and reflexology treatments on Concourses A and B. Additionally, 92 places to shop include electronics, gift, candy, and jewelry stores. Denver International Airport also runs an art exhibition program, with several permanent exhibits and various rotating ones. These are located throughout the airport, from outdoor areas to the concourses, and even on the trains and in the train tunnels. During the winter holiday season, DEN has its own ice-skating rink in the Plaza that hosts events such as figure skating and ice hockey teams.
Three Denver Airport currency exchange offices are located in the airport: one in Concourse A, one in Concourse B, and one within the Jeppesen Terminal on Level 5.
Whether you have a layover or an overnight flight delay, or you need a place to stay for a visit near DEN, there are more than 35 hotels and accommodations nearby.
Find more information about DEN here.