Still Stranded: DIA Passengers Fighting To Get Home After BlizzardMany travelers are still trying to make it home, after a weekend snowstorm grounded flights at Denver International Airports.
DIA Reopens Some Runways After BlizzardAfter closing all runways and then eventually ceasing all operations for the day during the blizzard on Sunday, Denver International Airport reopened some of the runways about 2 p.m. Monday.
No Flights In Or Out Of Denver International Airport Until Monday Due To BlizzardAll airlines "ceased operations for the day" at DIA. The runways remain closed, hundreds of passengers are expected to spend the night at the airport and some flight delays are to be expected Monday.
More Than 2,000 Flights Canceled Out Of DIA This WeekendTravelers headed to Denver International Airport ahead of the winter storm that was expected to bring a total of 12 to 24 inches of accumulation for most of the Denver metro area.
FAA 'Snowman' Will Help Determine If Runways At DIA Can Stay Open During Winter StormThe airport has planted an expert called "the snowman" in the FAA tower to have direct communication with air traffic controllers.
Denver International Airport DelaysThe website constantly tracks delays and flight cancellations at Denver International Airport, which goes by the airport code DEN and is known to locals in Colorado as DIA.
Spring Break Travel Expected To Be Low At Denver International AirportDenver International Airport is not bracing for the traditional spring break rush.
Police Believe Same Suspect Has Stolen Bags From DIA Carousel Four TimesThe thefts occurred on Dec. 2, 3 and 23 of last year, and most recently on Feb. 15.
United Airlines Starts Plane-To-Bus Service At DIA, Connecting Travelers With Breckenridge And Fort CollinsUnited Airlines announced a plan to easily connect travelers with two popular Colorado destinations once they've landed at DIA.
Check Out The Progress With DIA's Great Hall ProjectThe Great Hall Project continues at Denver International Airport. DIA shared the images which show the work in progress.
Pilots Called 'Heroes' For Actions After United Airlines Engine ExplosionThe Airline Pilots Association said the captain who was in charge Saturday has been with United since 1990 and had 20,000 hours as a captain. The first officer joined the airline in 1999, according to ALPA, and had 11,000 hours in the 777.