DENVER — Denver International Airport (DIA) is preparing for the busy summer travel season.
Starting Thursday, a lane at the Bridge Security checkpoint will be set aside for customers who reserve their spot through a program called DEN Reserve.
Passengers will be able to reserve a time for free, with no account or membership required. The goal is to expedite the security process.
Reservations are available daily from 5 a.m. to 5 p.m. and can be scheduled up to three days in advance.
Passengers only need to select the airline they're flying with, destination, flight number, and number of people in their party.
"It's a process that exists in 20 other airports throughout the country," DIA Chief Operating Officer Steve Jaquith told City Council members. "Another innovative tool we are implementing to try to facilitate and improve our customer experience."