International Gateway

Elevated air travel connected to the world

Major traffic

Neighbors with the 5th busiest U.S. airport

Denver International Airport (DEN) offers strategic advantages for companies whether they are moving people or things around the world. Aurora’s proximity to DEN adds another level of value, making it easy to connect to the east and west coasts, Europe, Asia, and plenty of other international destinations.

Photo courtesy of Denver International Airport


Busiest airport in the world



Million passengers in 2019



Non-Stop Destinations



Average Daily Flights in 2019


Travel anywhere

Strategic Destinations

DEN’s strategy of adding domestic and international connections to drive business travel and cargo shipments has opened access to the world. It currently serves 28 international destinations in 14 countries including service to London, Paris, Zurich, Tokyo, and more. Of the 215 non-stop destinations, about 84% are domestic meaning DEN has one of the largest domestic networks in the U.S.

Planning ahead

Room for Future Growth

DEN currently operates six runways including the longest commercial runway in the United States. Unlike most other airports, it has capacity to grow with the potential for 12 total runways. This means that as Colorado’s economy continues to grow, so can our international airport, avoiding future issues with capacity and service.

Photo courtesy of Denver International Airport

Moving goods

Cargo, Handled

DEN’s total cargo operations exceed 235,000 metric tons per year making it a leader when it comes to the ability to move and handle large volumes of cargo. For companies that rely on cargo operations, DEN delivers. Aurora’s location directly adjacent to DEN means we have properties perfectly suited for these companies including some with tarmac access.

Amazon cargo operations, photo courtesy of Denver International Airport