Denver International Airport officially became a smoke-free airport when the last smoking lounge in the building closed for good Wednesday night.
DIA spokesman Heath Montgomery said closing all smoking lounges had been a long-time goal for the airport. Lounges were closed when lease agreements ended. Smokin’ Bear Lodge Smoking Lounge, on the C Concourse, was the last to close.
The Colorado Tobacco Free Alliance said DIA joins 619 other smoke-free airports in the U.S.