Heavy fog caused dozens of flight delays at Denver International Airport on Friday morning.
Southwest Airlines has grounded 128 planes after their backup hydraulic systems — used to control the rudder if the main system fails, missed inspection — according to CBS News.
Flights are being delayed by an average of about an hour at Denver’s airport because of snow.
The Federal Aviation Administration put Denver International Airport on a ground delay because of the snow on Wednesday.
Passengers at Denver International Airport on Thursday are hoping the weather doesn’t play the part of spoiler for a second day this week.
Flight delays blamed on severe weather in the Midwest forced more than 800 passengers to spend the night at Denver International Airport.
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.
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.