Travel

2:12pm

Wed December 21, 2011
Colorado Storm

Airlines Waive Change Fees Ahead of Colorado Storm

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Two airlines at Denver International Airport are waiving ticket change fees for travelers who could be affected by a predicted snow storm moving into northern Colorado. 

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5:00am

Mon December 19, 2011
Transportation

AAA Says Fewer Coloradans Will Use Airlines to Travel During Holidays

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More Coloradans will use their cars this year to travel to their holiday destination compared to last.

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6:36am

Wed December 7, 2011
Strange News

Alec Baldwin Finds American Airlines Unfriendly

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LINDA WERTHEIMER, HOST:

Good morning, I'm Linda Wertheimer. American Airlines filed for bankruptcy last week. Now, they might lose a customer after kicking Alec Baldwin off a New York flight. Baldwin tweeted he was reamed out for playing the mobile game Words with Friends after lights out for electronic devices.

He later boarded another American Airlines flight but hinted it might be his last. He tweeted: There's always United. It's MORNING EDITION. Transcript provided by NPR, Copyright NPR.

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11:08am

Mon August 29, 2011
Air travel

Travel Disruptions from Irene Minimal at DIA

Courtesy of Denver International Airport

Airports in the New York area are open again after Tropical Storm Irene grounded more than 12,000 thousand flights over the weekend. But the overall impact on Denver International Airport has been minimal.

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2:50pm

Thu February 24, 2011
Politics

Lawmakers to Debate Warnings on Security Scanners

Full Body Airport Scanner
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The State Senate could take up a bill as early as Friday that aims to give the public more information about security scanners, including the new full body scanners at many airports like Denver International Airport.

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