Passengers at Denver International Airport experienced few flight delays and reasonable security lines on Monday.
Fog and wind caused delays at the Denver airport on Sunday, and 46 incoming flights were diverted to other cities on one of the busiest travel days of the year.
With more than 3,000 flights delayed or canceled nationwide, the luggage at Denver International Airport has been piling.
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.
Operations are back to normal after a power surge briefly knocked out some lights in concourses at Denver International Airport and caused other lights to flicker.
High winds sweeping across Colorado’s Front Range forced the diversion of 17 flights scheduled to land at the Denver International Airport.
Police and security officials have given the all-clear after checking a suspicious package at a ticketing counter at Denver International Airport.