In excess of 450 flights were postponed and 48 flights dropped at Denver International Airport by late-evening Saturday, with conceivable serious tempests approaching in the early evening and evening climate gauge.
The July Fourth weekend is an amazingly bustling travel period and the air terminal expects about 2.5 million voyagers to go through by Tuesday.
Of the 48 flight abrogations, SkyWest Airlines had 21 and Southwest Airlines had 18, as per Flight Aware. Southwest had the most deferrals, 151, or 38% of its Denver flights. Joined Airlines had 98 postponements, or 24% of its DIA traffic, with one scratch-off.
On Friday, Southwest dropped no less than 75 trips all through DIA. The carrier said in an articulation that blustery summer climate the nation over was adding to its troubles.
Rainstorms, with weighty downpour and the danger of neighborhood flooding, by and by cloud the evening and evening conjecture for the Front Range and Denver-metro region.