DENVER (CBS4) – Denver International Airport has re-started nonstop flights to and from parts of Europe. On Sunday it welcomed its first arrival from Europe since March. The Lufthansa plane that departed from Munich, Germany, landed on a snowy runway.
On a snowy day, we're SO excited to welcome DEN's first arrival from Europe since March! @lufthansa resumes service between DEN & Munich, Germany today. Travel restrictions remain in place, so double check restrictions before making your travel plans #FlyDEN #InThisTogether 🇩🇪✈️ pic.twitter.com/7FRi3x6zfEREAD MORE: Restauranteurs, Artists, Casa Bonita Fans Team Up To Help Shape Future Of Landmark After Bankruptcy Filing
— Denver Int'l Airport (@DENAirport) October 25, 2020READ MORE: Crews Attempt To Rescue Man After Trench Collapse At Johnstown Construction Site
DIA reminds passengers that international COVID-19 travel restrictions are still in place and that travelers should be aware of them before booking flights overseas.MORE NEWS: County Lines Divide Neighboring Restaurants Between Fully Open And Socially-Distanced
United Airlines will resume flights between DIA and Frankfurt, Germany, early next month.