At Denver International Airport, there are 47 spots with EV charging stations. None of them are located in the short-term parking areas so they are obviously not intended for use when dropping off or picking up passengers at the airport. Of the 47 EV charging stations, 36 of them are Level 1 so it's pretty obvious they are intended for use when people are using long-term parking. These EV charging stations use J1772 connectors and are hard-wired so users don't need to bring their own EVSE/UMC/etc. in order to use them. DIA is nearly 30 miles from downtown Denver and 45 miles one-way from where we live. We have a neighbor who has a Leaf but of course he does not attempt to drive it to the airport when picking up or dropping off passengers. If he did, I don't think he'd want to park in the long-term lot to charge for several hours just to make the return trip home. I could see him using it if he planned on parking there for a day or more as it would allow him to charge while he is out of town. That's what they are there for.