Denver International Airport opens three nursing rooms

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Denver International Airport (DEN) has opened three nursing rooms to provide privacy for traveling mothers who are nursing. Located in the center of concourses A, B and C, the rooms all feature spa-inspired designs with muted colors, lighting and artwork.

Furnishings include comfortable seating for nursing, and family-friendly seating and space for siblings and companions. Convenient countertops offer baby changing stations, sinks and mirrors.

Kim Day, CEO at DEN, commented, “We have been working to better meet the needs of our passengers and that includes offerings for nursing mothers on the go. The rooms, located on each concourse, will provide a quiet, clean and comfortable location for mothers to utilize before or after their flight.”

The rooms are secured spaces for privacy, with doors that require a code for entry and lock behind patrons. Airport staff supplies entry codes via an intercom next to the door.

At concourse A, the nursing room is close to Denver Duty Free; on concourse B, it is near Tuleh Ruche; and in concourse C, the room sits close to Eisenstein Bros Bagels.

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