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Denver Begins Construction of Second New Security Checkpoint

Denver International Airport (DEN) has officially begun construction of the second new security checkpoint on Level 6 on the northeast side of the Jeppesen Terminal as part of the Great Hall Completion, the final phase of the airport’s Great Hall Project. 

“Earlier this year, we received approval from Denver City Council to move forward on the $1.3 billion Great Hall Completion which will fulfill our original vision for the project by building the second new security checkpoint on Level 6 and constructing and modernizing the remaining ticket lobbies amongst other improvements,” said DEN CEO Phil Washington. “This is a significant milestone as we look to bring an enhanced and more efficient security experience to our passengers.” 

All security checkpoints will remain operational during construction and there will always be a corridor open to access the north end of the terminal as well as the Bridge Security. Passengers are strongly encouraged to check live TSA wait times on FlyDenver.com to help them choose the most efficient checkpoint. 

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