Passengers at Denver International Airport on Thursday are hoping the weather doesn’t play the part of spoiler for a second day this week.
A worsening snowstorm that’s hitting east of Denver is causing problems for travelers flying in and out of Denver International Airport on Wednesday.
Windy conditions and more snow caused problems across Colorado’s Front Range on Tuesday.
Officials with Denver International Airport said Saturday evening that more than 600 flights have been canceled due to the intense snowstorm in Colorado.
Denver’s whopper of a snowstorm on Sunday caused major headaches for thousands of air travelers, but CBS4 talked to a few early on Monday who probably suffered the worst.
Everyone wants things to go smoothly for travelers on busy holiday travel days, but when things go wrong it’s nice to have understanding passengers.
Hundreds of flights were canceled at Denver International Airport on Friday but the airport remained open.
Hail that hit the Denver area hard during another round of thunderstorms Wednesday night caused numerous problems at Denver International Airport, including damage to planes and dozens of flight cancellations.