This week, Denver International Airport (DEN) has commenced construction on the second new security checkpoint on Level 6 of the Jeppesen Terminal.

This is part of the airport’s Great Hall Completion, the final phase of its Great Hall Project.

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A rendering of the post-security checkpoint, Level 6 north end of the terminal
DEN CEO Phil Washington said:

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 modernising the remaining ticket lobbies amongst other improvements. This is a significant milestone as we look to bring an enhanced and more efficient security experience to our passengers.

This checkpoint will be located on the northeast side of the Jeppesen Terminal.

Once complete, it will join the Level 6 West checkpoint that is currently under construction and is expected to be operation in 2024.

These new security checkpoints are part of the Great Hall Project’s aim to enhance security, increase capacity, improve operational efficiency and elevate the passenger experience at DEN.


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