The federal government paid $10.2 million to settle lawsuits from passengers and crew on a plane pushed off a Denver runway by a wind gust in 2008.
Passengers and some crew members involved in a Continental Airlines crash at Denver International Airport in 2008 have settled a major lawsuit with the Federal Aviation Administration.
Passengers on a Continental Airlines flight that crashed at Denver International Airport are blaming air traffic controllers for the accident.
Travelers at Denver International Airport had to cross picket lines on Tuesday.
Settlements have been reached in lawsuits filed against Boeing Co. by more than a dozen passengers on an airliner that veered off a Denver runway in December 2008.