DIA CEO On Staff Travel: ‘We Have Some Abusers’Denver International Airport CEO Kim Day is responding to recent allegations of lavish travel expenses for airport employees and staff.
One Way Paris Flights For Hancock, DIA Staff Cost $7,000-$9,000 Per PersonA CBS4 Investigation has found some business class flights to Paris last month for Denver Mayor Michael Hancock, his appointees and Denver International Airport administrators cost between $7,000 to $9,000 with some roundtrip tickets running nearly $16,000.
Mayor’s Paris Trip Cost Nearly $13,000 Each For More Than 30 PeopleDenver Mayor Michael Hancock’s recent week long economic development trip to Paris carried a hefty price tag- nearly $13,000 per person.
DIA Workers Rally To Demand More TransparencySome people who work at Denver International Airport attended a rally on Friday, demanding more transparency in advance of the planned renovation of the Jeppesen Terminal.
Avian Radar Claims To Reduce Airplane Bird StrikesDenver International Airport leads the country in the number of reported bird strikes involving aircraft.
20 Years Later, DIA Still The Progressive Standard For AirportsIt was 20 years ago Saturday that Stapleton Airport, Denver's premier airport from 1929 to 1995, closed for good. Hours later takeoffs and landings shifted to Denver International Airport.
DIA Considering Moving TSA Screening Out OF 'The Great Hall'Denver International Airport is considering giving the main terminal a dramatic face lift.
DIA's Often-Busted Escalators Are Contractor's Fault, Airport SaysOfficials blamed the often-broken escalators at Denver International Airport on a contractor who didn't meet expectations.
DIA Rental Car Agencies Now Dumping Grounds For PotRental car workers at Denver International Airport say pot tourists are regularly leaving them with marijuana that travelers don’t want to try to carry through DIA.
Pot Won't Fly At DIA, Marijuana Advocates Say It's Their RightPot won't fly at Denver International Airport but marijuana advocates say it's their right to travel with it if they bought it legally.
Bag Bandit Strikes While CBS4 Conducts Interview On Airport Baggage TheftsDenver police say they are “actively investigating” a new airport bag theft that occurred just a few feet away and at precisely the same time that police and airport administrators were being interviewed by CBS4.
DIA Operations Back On Track After Storm Forces Hundreds Of CancelationsOfficials with Denver International Airport said Saturday evening that more than 600 flights have been canceled due to the intense snowstorm in Colorado.