United Airlines keeps pushing for increased connectivity in Denver

    CAPA – Centre for Aviation, in a report entitled: ‘United Airlines aims to bolster Denver‘s success with new gates’, stated (14-Jan-2020) United Airlines has sought approval from the Denver City Council to add 24 gates at Denver International Airport, including 12 new and 11 existing gates in Concourse A and one new gate in Concourse B. Denver is the carrier’s second largest hub, as well its fastest growing and most profitable, and is currently upgrading its facilities through a USD3.5 billion project that includes the addition of 39 gates across three concourses. While United experiences formidable competition from Southwest Airlines and Frontier Airlines at Denver, its work to increase connectivity would appear to be paying off. [more – CAPA Analysis]