Some agreed, but most were on this person's wavelength.
No offense to the poster but the design of DIA is the most efficient airport design known. The terminal and runway layout allows for virtually unlimited expansion when needed. It's also the most efficient way to move passengers between terminals. One could argue they could have more security lines, but any airport design course will show you the layout is optimal. Now, does it really need to be that far from the city? Ask cities that thought they built out far enough just to have urban sprawl envelope the airport and then have people complain about the noise.
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