Denver International Airport – DEN or DIA
Denver International Airport in Denver Colorado had 25,497,348 Enplanements in 2014.
Denver International Airport, often referred to as DIA, is an airport in Denver, Colorado. At 34,000 acres (53 sq mi), it is the largest airport in the United States by total land area. DIA has non-stop service to destinations throughout North America, Latin America, Europe and Asia. The airport is in northeastern Denver and is operated by the City & County of Denver Department of Aviation. DIA is the main hub for low-cost carrier Frontier Airlines and commuter carrier Great Lakes Airlines.
DEN Airport baggage auctions and news for Denver International Airport
Denver International Airport Baggage Auction
Auctions for lost/abandoned miscellaneous personal property to include, but not limited to, luggage and its contents, clothing, electronics, jewelry and more, where the item or items may have been lost at Denver International Airport, Theatres and Arenas in Denver.
Auctions and bids for the sale of government surplus and confiscated property are presented throughout the year by the City and County of Denver.
Denver Abandoned & Confiscated Vehicles
The City and County of Denver auctions abandoned & confiscated vehicles every other Wednesday—rain, shine or blizzard.
Typically there are 100-200 vehicles auctioned off. Inspection is at 9am the day of the auction, auction begins at 9:30am.
Auction Location: Denver Sheriff Vehicle Impound Facility, 5226 Brighton Blvd, Denver, Colorado 80216
Denver Recovered Bicycle Auction
These are auctions for bikes that have been recovered, previously stolen, owners not located. There are usually more than a 100 bicycles at this auction. Inspection begins at 9am, auction starts at 10am.
Auction Location: 1930 35th Street, Denver, CO 80216
Denver Surplus Warehouse Auction
Miscellaneous City surplus property, lost & found property including airport lost & found and unclaimed/lost/stolen baggage, packages and property that was previously sent to the police department pending owners reclaiming the items.
These auction items are what is left after the city donates needed items to charities requesting donations. In May of 1999, City and County of Denver voters approved a Referred Charter Amendment to allow for donations of City surplus items to “any charitable or nonprofit organization, School District No. 1 or other governmental jurisdiction
Auctions for lost & found jewelry may be auctioned at different times from these auctions.
Auction Location: 671 S. Jason St., Denver, CO 80223