More than 500 flights from Denver International Airport were delayed due to a storm warning implemented on Wednesday.
Cherry Creek Christmas Market opens at 2pm on Wednesday because of strong winds
The airport site FlightAware.com tracks delayed and canceled flights at Denver International Airport, which is registered to airports and, for Colorado residents, known as DIA.
FTE will remove some of the obstacles between the A and G lines as early as 6.30 a.m. by the University of Colorado.
Due to FAA orders, only two of the airport’s six runways were used in the wetrojour hours of the morning.
Many COVID trial sites, vaccines and monoclonal antibodies will be closed or delayed due to the storm warning that was issued across the country on Wednesday.
Many travellers whose flights were cancelled on Wednesday will seek to change their reservations on Thursday.
— Lindz (@Lindz5280) December 15, 2021
Please check your flight status with your airline before heading to the airport. We're expecting high winds throughout the day, which will most likely cause delays. #cowx 🍃
— Denver Int'l Airport (@DENAirport) December 15, 2021