Many Taxpayer Subsidized Flights From Small Airports Are Flying EmptyTwenty-two of 116 federally subsidized routes feed into Denver International Airport, including flights from Alamosa, Cortez and Pueblo in Colorado -- and many of those taxpayer subsidized flights have very few people on board.
Airline Quality Ratings Released, Frontier Has Most ComplaintsThink flying is getting worse? A pair of university researchers who track the airline business say it's a fact, and Denver-based Frontier Airlines gets the most complaints.
United Dumps SkyWest As Baggage Handler At DIANearly 650 workers are looking for new jobs after United Airlines ended its contract with SkyWest Airlines for below-wing ground baggage handling at Denver International Airport.
Stolen Plane Incident Raises More Questions About Airport SecurityRight now individual airports, not the federal government, are in charge of policing their perimeters. That it didn't stop a Colorado pilot from getting onto the grounds of the St. George Municipal Airport in Utah.
Airport Security Scrutinized After Breach By Colorado PilotA spokeswoman for SkyWest airlines said Colorado Springs murder suspect Brian Hedglin, who killed himself Monday after stealing and then crashing a plane on a Utah runway, had been on leave since the day police found his girlfriend's body.
Family Says Police Used Excessive Force On Passenger At DIAThe family of a man arrested by Denver police when he refused to get off a plane claims tonight the use of force was not justified.
Unruly Passenger Arrested At DIAAn airline passenger at Denver International Airport was arrested after allegedly fighting two Denver police officers.