At the center of world commerce and trade
Denver’s central U.S. location on the 105th meridian at the midpoint between Tokyo and Frankfurt makes it a strategic choice for conducting international business. With its unique Mountain time zone location, Denver is the largest U.S. city offering one-bounce satellite uplinks to world satellite networks and real-time connections to six out of seven continents in one business day.
Colorado’s five largest trading partners for goods are:
Denver International Airport currently offers 20 nonstop international flights in 9 countries, including the daily nonstop to Tokyo launched in 2013, and most recently, nonstop destinations to Mexico (December 2016), Munich (May 2016), Montreal (June 2016), and Guadalajara (July 2014).