Over 200 flights at DIA canceled, 180 delayed as winter storm hits

Over 200 flights in or out of Denver International Airport have been canceled as of 8 a.m. Wednesday as a winter storm hits northern Colorado.

Over a dozen other states in the northern and northeast U.S. are also under winter weather alerts, according to the National Weather Service, causing over 1,000 flight cancellations nationwide, according to FlightAware.

In Denver, the 204 cancellations are split evenly between arrivals and departures. Southwest Airlines accounts for 146 of the cancellations.

SkyWest has 31 cancellations; United has 13; Delta has eight; Frontier has three; Alaska Airlines has two; and Air Canada has one.

Minneapolis/Saint Paul International Airport is the airport affecting DIA most, as 12 flights arriving from Minneapolis are canceled and 13 flights departing DIA for Minneapolis have been canceled.

Another 185 flights through Denver are delayed.

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