Denver International Airport projects it will recover 2019 pre-pandemic passenger traffic in 2022

    Denver International Airport projected (18-Sep-2021) it will recover its 2019 pre-pandemic passenger traffic in 2022, putting the airport on track to reach 100 million annual passengers between 2030 and 2035. The airport has committed to implementing CEO Phillip Washington’s ‘Vision 100’ plan, a long term strategy to meet passenger growth via the following actions:

    • Providing development and growth opportunities to current employees, as well as training and internship opportunities for future employees;
    • Expanding airport infrastructure through projects such as the current Great Hall and Gate Expansion projects, including continued addition of baggage system capacity, upgraded airport systems and exploring options for a seventh and eighth runway;
    • Maintaining current airport infrastructure through projects such as the current Concourse Renewal works, which will upgrade restrooms, wayfinding, hold rooms and flooring;
    • Expanding global connections, growing the airport’s air service network and cargo operations, as well as activating 16,000 acres of airport land for development in accordance with the ‘DEN Real Estate’ programme. [more – original PR]
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