DENVER (CBS4)– The strong winds are being blamed for hundreds of flight delays at Denver International Airport.
On Monday morning, winds reached speeds up to 45 mph at DIA. Those winds were blamed for some flights to be delayed an average of 90 minutes.
DIA told CBS4 there were 90 flights delayed and 65 cancellations due to the wind. That included both arrivals and departures.
Some of the airlines impacted by the winds are United Airlines and Southwest Airlines.
Passengers were urged to check their flight status before leaving for the airport.