24/7 donuts at Denver Airport’s new cell-phone lot

Construction is underway at Denver International Airport to replace the old cell phone lot with a service oasis called “Final Approach.”


Rendering of Denver International Airport’s new cell-phone waiting lot and amenity oasis.


According to airport spokesman Heath Montgomery, the new waiting lot will be across from the original lot and have 269 parking spaces as well as free Wi-Fi, a kid’s play area, indoor seating complete with iPads built into tables, indoor restrooms and flight info boards in the parking lot and inside.

There will also be four new restaurants: a 24-hour drive-thru Dunkin’ Donuts, a Subway, a Baja Fresh Mexican Grill and a ZPizza, which will have organic ingredients and gluten-free option on the menu.

Opening day is set for sometime in September.

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One thought on “24/7 donuts at Denver Airport’s new cell-phone lot

  1. Earl Smalls says:

    Wow! Wish we had a waiting lot like that here at Jax airport. I would never circle the terminal to pick up customers. Great job!

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