Denver International breaks passenger record

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Denver International Airport in Colorado, USA, has recorded its busiest ever year after catering for 54,014,502 passengers in 2015, an increase of 1% over 2014, which was also a record year.

December 2015 was the busiest month in the airport’s history with 4,581,239 passengers passing through the airport. Denver International saw a total of five record-setting months in 2015 including April, September, October, November and December.

Kim Day, CEO for Denver International, said, “Denver International Airport had a tremendous year in 2015. We celebrated our 20th anniversary, opened the Westin Denver International Airport hotel and an amazing outdoor public plaza, and we saw demand for air travel to and from Denver at historic levels.

“We are so thankful to our passengers, airlines and business partners for an amazing year – but we aren’t done yet. We will continue to seek out new airlines and destinations, elevate the passenger experience, and continue our efforts to put Denver on the world map.”

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