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3 years 10 months ago

No cancelations reported today at DIA

DENVER (AP) - Air travel to the East Coast from Denver is starting to return to normal. After two straight days of cancelations, Denver International Airport reported no major flight cancelations Tuesday due to the aftermath of the Northeast blizzard. Airport spokeswoman Laura Coale said most passengers on...

4 years 3 months ago

Denver airport expecting big July 4 weekend

Denver International Airport expects 575,000 passengers this Fourth of July weekend, which would be a 33 percent increase from last year. Airport officials say 430,000 passengers flew through DIA last July 4 holiday. The airport is advising travelers to be in the ticketing lobbies at least two hours before their...

4 years 5 months ago

Dozens of planes diverted from DIA

Dozens of planes landed in Colorado Springs instead of Denver Wednesday afternoon when weather threatened the flights. John McGinley from the Colorado Springs Airport said about 2 p.m. DIA issued a "ground stop" which mean no planes in or out, but the Denver airport was not actually closed, the...

4 years 7 months ago

Sewage spill contained to Denver airport property

Officials say water-quality test results suggest that untreated sewage that spilled at Denver International Airport last week never flowed off airport property. Officials first feared that up to 1 million gallons spilled but later said about 330,000 gallons overflowed a manhole after a pump-station malfunction. Airport officials say employees didn't...

4 years 7 months ago

Million gallons of sewage spilled at DIA

A mechanical failure at Denver International Airport sent up to 1 million gallons of raw sewage and industrial wastewater into creeks and canals flowing toward the Barr Lake fishery and bird sanctuary. Airport spokesman Jeff Green says the spill appears to have started about 7 p.m. Tuesday when a...

4 years 11 months ago

Heavy crowds at Denver airport, but few delays

The holiday travel lines are long but moving at Denver International Airport. The airport could have its second-busiest Thanksgiving week ever with more than 960,000 fliers expected through Monday. Sunday is set to be the heaviest travel day, followed by Wednesday, when 150,000 passengers are expected to pass through. The...

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