Denver International Airport’s top destinations are varied, but have mostly been stable for the past several years. 

The top three destinations are Las Vegas, Phoenix and Los Angeles, according to the data.

“Looking at this data, most of the destinations have stayed the same since 2014,” Emily Williams, a spokeswoman for DIA, said. “The list of top 25 destinations is also very diverse, reflecting geographic diversity as well as demand diversity in terms of business and leisure destinations.” 

The top destinations differ from the top revenue-generating flights list for DIA, which was created using data from aviation analytics firm OAG. By that measure, Newark International Airport made the top of the list.

Some new arrivals to the top destinations list include Austin and Tampa. 

“These destinations have become popular from an overall growth perspective and also have similar economies and millennial population growth,” Williams said.  

> Click/tap here to continue reading and see a slideshow of the top 25 destinations at the Denver Business Journal

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