RTD Celebrates A Line's 1st AnniversarySaturday is the one year anniversary of the "Train to the Plane." RTD’s A Line opened for operation from Union Station in downtown Denver to Denver International Airport on April 22, 2016.
RTD's A Line Celebrates 1 Year Of OperationsSaturday marks one year since the RTD’s A Line opened for operation from Union Station in downtown Denver to Denver International Airport.
Airline Offers Nonstop Service From DIA To Panama CityA new airline is coming to Denver International Airport, offering nonstop service to Panama City.
DIA Continues To Set Passenger RecordsThe Denver International Airport continues to set passenger records. A new record was set with 4.2 million passengers in February.
Another International Airline To Provide Service In DenverDenver will announce that a new international airline will soon land at Denver International Airport on Wednesday.
More Covered Parking For A Line, DIA PassengersGood news for Denver International Airport passengers-- 800 more parking spaces were added on Monday. Plus, most of those spaces are covered!
DIA Terminal Tents Are Going To Be Painted Green?Denver International Airport's famous white colored tents over the terminal are going green thanks to a partnership with Colorado Yurt Company.
Colorado Schools Close, Flights Canceled In SnowstormSeveral major Colorado school districts have closed on Friday and some flights at DIA are canceled as a winter storm is bringing blizzard conditions to parts of the Front Range.
Denver Sets Record High Ahead Of Potent Spring StormThe high temperature at Denver International Airport hit 77 degrees at 1:37 p.m. Thursday, which broke the record for this date last set in 2012.
Travel Ban Protesters Get Legal VictoryTravel ban protesters gained a legal victory from the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Freezing Rain, Blowing Snow, Arctic Temps Bring Travel WoesHundreds of passengers were delayed at Denver International Airport as a big storm pummels the Northeast.
Protesters Gather At DIA Over Latest Travel BanThe signing of a new travel ban by President Donald Trump sent protesters back to Denver International Airport.