Rough Start To Holiday Travel Season At DIADenver International Airport estimates 178,000 passengers will travel through the airport each day this weekend.
Sensor Malfunction For Concourse Trains = Holiday Travel Nightmare At DIAA certain type of concourse train malfunction at DIA happened for first time ever Wednesday ... and it just happened to be on one of year's busiest travel days.
Traffic Problems, DIA Issues Emerge In Denver On Big Travel DayTravelers in Denver are running into numerous problems on Wednesday morning, including at the airport.
DIA To Open Free Holiday EntertainmentGot a long layover through Denver? Time to kill before your flight? Lace up your skates and hit the ice at Denver International Airport.
Flight Diverted To DIA For Unruly PassengerAn Air Canada flight headed from San Francisco to Toronto was diverted to Denver International Airport on Monday because of an unruly passenger.
Heading To The Airport? Get Ready For New Electronics Screening GuidelinesJust in time for holiday travel, the Transportation Security Administration is announcing new policies for carry-on electronics at Denver International Airport.
Smashburger Lands At DIAA favorite restaurant in Colorado is coming to a place where many visitors stop: Denver International Airport.
Contracts Approved To Add 39 New Gates At DIAPlans are moving forward to add nearly 40 new gates to Denver International Airport.
City Council Could Approve DIA Expansion ContractsDenver city councilors are scheduled to approve contracts related to the expansion of Denver International Airport at Monday night's meeting.
Aeromexico Returns To DIAAeromexico is bringing back a seasonal flight to Denver International Airport.
Trace Of Snow At DIA, Nearly 13" In Estes ParkOver the next several hours there will be very little snow along the Front Range.
Former DIA Worker Guilty In Bag Theft CaseA former worker at Denver International Airport pleaded guilty this morning in connection with charges he looted passengers’ bags and stole guns out of their luggage.