Denver International Airport’s travel woes continued on Christmas Day with more nearly 150 flight cancelations and more than 300 delays by midday Sunday.
More than 1,000 flights in and out of DIA were canceled Thursday, Friday and Saturday in the wake of historic subzero temperatures.
Cancelations continued Sunday. As of noon, 143 flights into and out of DIA had been canceled and 366 flights delayed, according to FlightAware.com.
The bulk of the cancelations continue to come from Southwest Airlines, which had canceled 82 flights in an out of Denver on Sunday as of noon, followed by United Airlines with 30 cancelations and Delta Airlines with 13.
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