Ten-thousand flights all over the country have been canceled, and that means a lot of stranded people, including travelers at Denver International Airport.
The military has placed helicopters and rescue teams on alert and dispatched medical planners to help cope with the damage from a superstorm on the East Coast.
Hurricane Sandy is having a major impact on events this week connected to Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign.
Airlines have canceled 5,000 flights nationwide in advance of Hurricane Sandy. Most of the flights are along the East Coast, but the storm is still impacting travel in Colorado.
The White House says President Barack Obama is canceling campaign appearances in Northern Virginia on Monday and Colorado on Tuesday so he can monitor Hurricane Sandy.
Although there weren’t many delays and cancelations on the arrival and departures boards at Denver International Airport on Saturday, the airlines are expecting to see them throughout the coming week because of Hurricane Sandy.
The airlines are already planning to help travelers during what could be the worst of Hurricane Sandy on the East Coast early next week.
The 2012 presidential campaign between President Obama and Mitt Romney will be book-ended by hurricanes.