More Flights Scrapped Amid Colorado Snow

DENVER — More flights have been canceled in Colorado as another winter storm threatens to drop 20 inches of snow around the state.

United Airlines has scrapped 66 flights in an efforts to keep planes that would pass through Denver from getting stranded there.

The company is still recovering from storms that hit the Midwest over the weekend and dropped nearly eight inches of snow in Denver on Christmas.

United is the largest carrier at Denver International Airport. Today is the fourth day in a row that the airline has canceled flights.

Meanwhile, Skybus Airlines says it’s operating normally again after two days of cancelations due to maintenance issues with a couple of its planes.

The company had canceled 18 flights yesterday and the day before, affecting an estimated 1,000 travelers.