Denver International Airport (DIA) (IATA: DEN, ICAO: KDEN), often called DIA, is a major international
airport located in northeastern Denver, Colorado and is operated by the City and County of Denver. In 2005
it served 43,387,513 passengers, which ranks eleventh worldwide (in the past it has ranked among the top
ten busiest airports in the world). Year to date (January - April 2006) DIA has handled 14,887,971
passengers, making it the 9th busiest airport worldwide for preliminary 2006. At 53 sq. miles, it is
the largest airport by area in the United States. DIA was voted the 2005 Best Airport in North America
by readers of Business Traveler Magazine.
DIA has public Wi-Fi access available throughout the airport provided by AT&T/Cingular. T-Mobile HotSpot
service is available in the airport lounges run by United, American, and Delta airlines
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