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#6 Denver

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Despite the spooky (and debunked) conspiracy theories that
have swirled around Denver International Airport since it opened in 1995
(alleging a combination of hidden bunkers, Nazi connections, and apocalyptic
imagery), the Rocky Mountain hub hasn’t scared off AFC voters. They rank the
airport No. 1 for its design,
which resembles snowcapped mountains from the outside and features sweeping
mountain views from inside. Feeling peckish before your flight? Pick up a bison
burger—the airport food ranks No. 5.

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#6 Denver

Despite the spooky (and debunked) conspiracy theories that
have swirled around Denver International Airport since it opened in 1995
(alleging a combination of hidden bunkers, Nazi connections, and apocalyptic
imagery), the Rocky Mountain hub hasn’t scared off AFC voters. They rank the
airport No. 1 for its design,
which resembles snowcapped mountains from the outside and features sweeping
mountain views from inside. Feeling peckish before your flight? Pick up a bison
burger—the airport food ranks No. 5.

See all the 2009 America’s Favorite Cities survey results!

Vote in the 2010 America’s Favorite Cities survey!

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America's Best and Worst Airports 2010

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