Defunct airports take flight with creative new uses Never good to lose an airport Good planning from Stapleton to the new Denver International is a good model For an “aeroportophile” (opposite of a NIMBY?), the…
Denver International Airport
Why herds of wild bison may soon roam free at Denver International Airport Airports and wildlife are not usually compatible. In fact, many have very active and comprehensive wildlife management programs to protect…
The Denver City Council signed off a controversial $1.8 billion, 34-year public-private partnership (P3) contract for the entire DIA terminal.
Art is a useful addition to airports so long as the exhibits do not require a substantial diversion of operating revenues.
The letter from Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper on the DEN Metroplex noise impact may get the fleeting attention of the FAA, but it provides the FAA with no substantive guidance among difficult alternatives.
The Table Mesa-FAA process is truly open. The most effective approach is a collaborative dialogue aimed at defining win/win alternatives to achieve NextGen efficiencies while fairly balancing noise impacts.
Two examples of DIA’s dedication to customer service: the Canine Airport Therapy Squad and trying to find a little boy’s lost Teddy bear.