Denver Background Information for Our Limousine Customers

Airport Commuter's Denver limousine resources and contacts include airport and convention information plus business and legal facts for Denver transportation. If you're a first-time visitor to Denver and the Rockies and would like more helpful information, check out our Denver overview for luxury tourists. And if you have questions, just give us a call!

Denver Airport Information:

We provide excellent airport limousine service to and from Denver's main airport, Denver International Airport (DIA). DIA is 25 miles outside of Denver and is the largest airport, by land-size, in the United States. DIA has three concourses, A, B, and C. The Jeppesen Terminal is the land-side terminal used for passenger pick-up and drop-off. Limousine pick-up and drop-off is done at the Jeppesen Terminal, Level 5, Island 1 at doors 504 and 506 on the west side, and 511 and 513 on the east side. Visit the airport website for flight information or call 303-342-2000 or 800-247-2336 (800-AIR2DEN) for more information.

Denver Conventions and Commerce:

The Colorado Convention Center is Denver's (and Colorado's) main convention center (700 14th Street, Denver, CO, 80202 :: 303.228.8000). The following are just some of the companies headquartered in Denver: Qwest Communications, Molson Coors Brewing Company, EchoStar Communications Corporation, Liberty Media Holding Corporation, The Western Union Company, BioFuel Energy Corporation, CIBER, Inc., and M.D.C. Holdings, Inc.

Your Safety as as a Denver Limousine Passenger:

It is best to make sure that you are dealing with a fully licensed and insured limousine company before booking service with a particular company. For general information, please see our list of federally regulated minimum requirements for limousine operators to understand national laws regarding your safety as a limousine passenger.

Your Legal Rights as a Dallas Limousine Passenger:

Make sure to find out at the start about all charges related to your limousine service with whatever Denver limo company you choose. Some common charges to look for are tolls, airport fees, regulatory fees, travel time, holiday surcharges, fuel surcharges, and courtesy cell phone usage charges. While these charges are legitimate, they should all be clearly states stated up front, and must of course apply to the limousine service for which you are paying. Asking up front allows you to avoid companies who charge hidden fees, or attempt to tack on vague extra charges at the end of your service.