Nearly 700 flights have been delayed or canceled at Denver International Airport Saturday morning as a snowstorm sweeps across Colorado.
As of noon Saturday, 588 flights had been delayed, and another 98 were canceled for weather-related reasons, according to data from the flight tracking site FlightAware.
Affected airlines include SkyWest, United, Southwest, Frontier, Mesa, Delta, Key Lime Air, CommuteAir, American Airlines, Volaris, British Airways and Air Canada.
Southwest and United had the most delays on Saturday, with 280 Southwest flights and 182 United flights failing to leave the gate on time.
Regional airline SkyWest, the airline that operates United Express, had the most cancelations with 46 flights. United was second with 35 flights canceled and CommuteAir and Mesa tied for third with seven flights canceled each.
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