TSA said a high volume of passengers are traveling Sunday, and that they should allow for at least an hour to get through security checkpoints.
DENVER — More than a hundred flights were delayed at Denver International Airport (DIA) on Sunday
As of 11 a.m. on Sunday, 124 flights were delayed and one was canceled, according to FlightAware.
Impacted airlines included United, Southwest, SkyWest, American Airlines and Delta.
TSA Spokesperson Lorie Dankers said that the same amount of staffing is now being spread out among new lanes.
She said that DIA has had a high number of travelers Sunday, leading to longer lines. She said that the number of travelers will peak before noon, and are expected to peak again from around 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
She recommends travelers allow for at least an hour to get through security checkpoints as the airport deals with a high volume of travelers.
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