Live in Denver City

Transportation

Midland International Airport is 84 miles from Denver City. This airport is a Border Entry airport for international air passengers and also serves as a Foreign Trade Zone and U. S. Customs office. Midland International Airport offers direct service to multiple major airports (such as Austin, Dallas, El Paso, Houston, Phoenix and others) which connect worldwide.

Lubbock International Airport is 86 miles from Denver City, which provides major carrier service across the country and around the world. More than 60 commercial arrivals and departures take place each day serving 1.2 million travelers annually.

Lea County Regional Airport is 43 miles from Denver City. This is a regional airport with daily service to Houston, an international airport where you can quickly connect to cities around the world.

The Denver City Airport is well maintained and has runway lengths of 5,780'and 3,960' All runways have an asphalt surface. The main runway, 422, is well lit. Denver City Airport offers both 100 LL and Jet A.

Basic Transportation Information

Texas Highway 214 South is a 2-lane highway:
Seminole - 21 miles
Andrews - 50 miles (US-385S)
Odessa - 84 miles (US-385S)

Texas Highway 83 West is a 2-lane highway:
Hobbs, NM - 36 miles

Texas Highway 83 East is a 2-lane highway:
Seagraves - 16 miles
Brownfield (US-385N) - 40 miles
Lubbock (US-385N) - 79 miles

Please keep in mind that it is more accurate to deal with these distances in minutes versus miles out in West Texas, as these are straight, well maintained highways with mostly 75 miles per hour speed limits, night or day. Additionally, access to four lane highways is 16 miles away north or southeast. US 385 and US 380 are easily accessible from Denver City.