Travel News: Denver Airport remains most impacted by Bomb Cyclone Storm Thursday

According to the USA Today, Denver International Airport continues to be most impacted by the massive bomb cyclone storm sweeping parts of the country. While DIA has stated that 4 of their 6 runways are open, delays are still par for the course today with USA Today reporting that over 600 flights have already been cancelled out of Denver.

Yesterday, Denver reported winds greater than 80 mph and around 1300 flights were cancelled. 

Other parts of the country are also impacted by the storm including airports in South Dakota, Nebraska, Minnesota and Chicago — all of whom are experiencing delays or cancellations.

Flight tracking service, FlightAware.com is noting that as of early Thursday morning, 6,500 delays already for today and noted that there were 14,500 delays and 3,000 cancellations yesterday nationwide.

In other words…not a great day to have to travel! Be safe out there, fellow travelers! Keep following us for more information throughout the day.

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