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What is the airport terminal layout for Denver International Airport?

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The terminal at Denver International Airport has several levels and sits in-between a number of parking structures. Doors along the east and west sides of the terminal lead to the parking garages. The ticket counters are on Level 4, lined up along the east and west sides. Passenger pick-up and drop-off are also on Level 4. Security screening is on Level 5, at the northern and southern end, with a third site at the entry to the gates.

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After passing through the TSA security bridge on the north end of the terminal, passengers first reach the A Gates, serving international carriers such as Icelandiar, Lufthansa and Aeromexico. JetBlue also uses the A Gates section. Shops and dining options, in addition to those found on Level 6 in the main terminal building, are in the center lobby of the A Gates section.

Next up are the B Gates, which are mostly used by United Airlines. The C Gates section is usually for regional carriers, like Southwest or Delta flights. The central lobby layout of dining areas and shops in both of these sections is similar to those on the A Gates section.

The main roadways pass through both sides of the rectangular-shaped terminal and also lead to the parking garages. Another ring road leads around the outside of the parking areas. Pena Boulevard is the connector to both driving options.

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