Proposed Changes To DIA Could Move TSA Screening To Level 6Proposed changes to Denver International Airport include a relocation of TSA screening from the open space in the Jeppesen Terminal to level 6.
Denver International Airport Unveils Putt-Putt On The PlazaPutt-Putt on the Plaza consists of nine holes on a Denver-themed miniature golf course, located outside between the airport and the hotel.
Drone Spotted Flying Near DIA, Authorities Search For PilotA drone is at the center of an investigation at Denver International Airport.
FBI Investigating Fight Over Legroom On United FlightA battle over legroom on a United Airlines flight triggered an investigation at Denver International Airport on Wednesday.
RTD Board Takes Close Look At Problems With New Commuter Train To DIAWhen it runs, it runs fine, but too often for the transit system's liking there have been problems on the new commuter train A Line.
TSA: Lack Of Security Lanes At DIA To Cause Long Lines Starting SundayLong security lines at Denver International Airport are nothing new, but a Transportation Security Administration travel alert is urging passengers to play it safe in the coming days.
TSA Warns About A Busy Weekend At DIAThe Transportation Security Administration is warning travelers about major delays possible this weekend.
Departing Plane Possibly Caused Fire Near Runway At DIAA fire, possibly caused by a departing plane, burned off the runway on the west or southwest side of the airfield at Denver International Airport on Friday afternoon.
Airline Passengers Hope To Avoid Long Lines With TSA Pre-CheckAirline passengers who say they’ve never had any interest in TSA Pre-check are suddenly flocking to TSA offices to sign up. While they’re hoping to avoid long security lines this summer with the pre-check status, they’re also enduring long lines to sign up for the program.
DIA Looking For 400+ People To Fill JobsThere are more than 400 jobs open at Denver International Airport and those interested can apply at an upcoming job fair.
Travelers Surprised By Short Security Lines At DIA On Memorial DayTens of thousands of people are preparing to fly home after the long holiday weekend, and many travelers were surprised the security lines were shorter than expected considering the recent troubles with the TSA.
Aviation Expert Explains What May Be Going On With The TSATSA agents look for weapons and dangerous people, but since its creation after Sept. 11, its mission has changed with agents working at concerts and sporting events.