Flights in and out of Denver International Airport are expected to resume today after the winter storm that brought snow and ice to Northern Arizona, dumped 19 inches of snow at the airport there Sunday. It’s the most snow Denver’s airport has seen in more than 14 years. According to United Airlines, the lone flight out of DIA to Flagstaff’s Pulliam Airport has been canceled for Monday, but is scheduled to resume out of Denver Tuesday. The next flight to Denver from Flagstaff, according to the airline’s website, is set for Wednesday.
May 07 2021