Denver International Airport says normal operations have resumed, after fog slowed down morning arrivals.
Workers at Denver International Airport on Tuesday were trying to fix a computer glitch that was causing problems with all 1,200 flight boards.
Operations are returning to normal at Denver International Airport now that fog there is lifting.
The good news is that the U.S. Senate has found a solution to the major flight delays caused by FAA furloughs. The bad news is that it only happened after it became a national problem.
A strong winter storm that is passing across the Midwest is causing some headaches for air travelers in Denver.
A major computer failure at United Airlines left hundreds of passengers stranded or delayed at Denver International Airport and at airports around the country.
Flights have resumed between Denver and the New York area following Hurricane Sandy but travelers are being warned to check their flight status because of the backlog created by the storm.
Operations are getting back to normal at Denver International Airport following a storm that brought about 10 inches of snow to the city.