Some air traffic controllers at Denver International Airport are being furloughed because of federal budget cuts, but no significant flight delays have been reported as a result.
A worsening snowstorm that’s hitting east of Denver is causing problems for travelers flying in and out of Denver International Airport on Wednesday.
Thousands of fliers were stuck after American Airlines said its main reservation system went down for several hours on Tuesday.
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.
Windy conditions and more snow caused problems across Colorado’s Front Range on Tuesday.
Construction cranes loom over the terminal at Denver International Airport during hotel construction and the south terminal redevelopment.
Denver Public Works is preparing for Saturday’s snow and winter weather advisory. Denver International Airport is also on standby for snow.
City and Denver International Airport officials said Tuesday they are still planning for an inaugural Denver-Tokyo flight on May 12, despite the ongoing investigation into the design of the new 787 Dreamliner airplane that will fly the route.
There are some updates on some major projects at Denver International Airport.
Officials with Denver International Airport said Saturday evening that more than 600 flights have been canceled due to the intense snowstorm in Colorado.
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