If you're driving to Denver International Airport next week to pick up or drop off Thanksgiving holiday visitors, there are some peak times to avoid.

If you travel along I-70 and Pena Boulevard between 5-7 p.m., you'll see more of a traffic delay, but not compared with other U.S. airports.

According to travel analytics company Inrix, you'll spend about five more minutes in traffic driving to DIA during that time. But if you were driving to O'Hare Airport in Chicago or LAX in Los Angeles, your drive would be twice as long.

And parking prices at DIA are reasonable for the five days around Thanksgiving, according to Inrix.

Read more at the Denver Business Journal: http://bit.ly/2fxfqLx