More than 2,400 flights have been cancelled nationwide with 40 of those departing and arriving at Denver International Airport because of the storm that’s hitting the East Coast.
A winter storm blowing through the Midwest and Northeast has forced some airlines to cancel flights to those areas.
Business is booming for an iconic Colorado bookstore at Denver International Airport.
Crews at Denver International Airport have been working to keep flights running as close to schedule as possible. The frigid temperatures mean departing jets have to be de-iced.
The winter storm that’s blanketing the Front Range with snow has created few problems so far on Wednesday morning.
Sunday was the busiest air travel day of the Thanksgiving weekend.
Denver police say they are “actively investigating” a new airport bag theft that occurred just a few feet away and at precisely the same time that police and airport administrators were being interviewed by CBS4.
Denver’s airport is busy with holiday travelers but storms on the East Coast aren’t causing significant disruptions.
Denver prosecutors have filed felony charges against a Thornton man who confessed to stealing bags from Denver International Airport baggage carousels, including one bag belonging to famed rock star Peter Frampton.
Travel has already turned into a nightmare for parts of the country and at some of the biggest airports the backlogs will get worse as a major winter storm rolls across the country.