Colorado snowstorm cancels flights between Spokane and Denver
SPOKANE, Wash. — If you have a flight to or through Denver for Thanksgiving, you may be in for a change of plans.
A snow storm has already dumped several inches of snow in northeastern Colorado. It’s expected to bring more than a foot before Thanksgiving. Some parts of the Rockies could see two to three feet of snow.
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Because of the storm, more than four hundred flights were canceled at the Denver Airport Tuesday morning, including four to or from Spokane.
Southwest Airlines’ 6:05 a.m. flight to Denver and United Airlines’ 6:36 a.m. flight were both canceled. Two flights arriving from Denver were also canceled.
If your holiday travel plans are taking you to the Denver Airport, you’ll want to keep a close eye on your flight status by downloading your airline’s app.
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