When the COVID-19 pandemic is over, you might be itching to get away and check out somewhere new. If you are anything like me, you absolutely loathe the thought of dealing with a layover when flying. I will take any measure possible to ensure that I do not have to sit in an airport for hours on end or, even worse, scramble to another gate to barely catch my flight in time.

If you are wanting to take an international flight out of Denver International Airport, but don't want to deal with the hassle of experiencing a layover, these are the cities that you'll fly to nonstop. From Denver, you can travel to five of the seven continents on the earth, with the exception of Antarctica and Australia/Oceania.

Asia

Tokyo, Japan - Airport code NRT

Canada Calgary, Alberta - Airport Code YYC

 

 

 

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Edmonton, Alberta - Airportcode YEG


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Montreal, Quebec - Airport code YUL

Toronto, Ontario - Airport code YYZ


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Vancouver, British Columbia - Airport code YVR

 

 

 

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Winnipeg, Manitoba - Airport code YWG


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Caribbean Grand Cayman Islands - Airport Code GCM

Nassau, Bahamas - Airport code NAS


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Central America Belize City, Belize - Airport code BZE

 

 

 

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Liberia, Costa Rica - Airport code LIR


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Panama City, Panama - Airport code PTY

San Jose, Costa Rica - Airport code SJO


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Mexico Cancun, Mexico - Airport code CUN

 

 

 

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Cozumel, Mexico - Airport code CZM


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Chihuahua, Mexico - Airport code CUU

Guadalajara, Mexico - Airport code GDL


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Mexico City, Mexico - Airport code MEX

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico - Airport code PVR


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Cabo, Mexico - Airport code SJD

 

 

 

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Europe

London, England - Airport codes LGW and LHR


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Frankfurt, Germany - Airport code FRA

 

 

 

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Munich, Germany - Airport code MUC


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Paris, France - Airport code CDG

 

 

 

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Reykjavik, Iceland - Airport code KEF


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Zurich, Switzerland - Airport code ZRH

 

 

 

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I know when this pandemic is all over, I will be heading to one of these places for sure. To find out more about these flight destinations, you can see Denver International Airport's information on international flights HERE.

Source: Fly Denver

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