What to do before Thursday’s big storm if you’re flying

By Melissa Moore on March 12, 2024
RALEIGH, NC – NOVEMBER 29: A scenic view of aircraft flying overhead photographed on November 29, 2010 in Raleigh, North Carolina. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

Denver, CO – It’s Spring Break for many travelers and the expected snowstorm this week could mean big delays at Denver International Airport.  The Denver area is projected to be hit with a massive snowstorm this Thursday that could leave the Denver metro area with 6 to 12 inches of snow.   

Just how busy are airports right now, nationwide, the Transportation Security Administration is projecting about 47.7 million passengers will travel from March 7-25.

Due to the expected storm, many travelers are quickly changing flights ahead of what is expected to be a big snowstorm on Thursday. AAA is recommending that travelers get the first flights out Thursday if possible to avoid possible delays.  DIA says though that they’re prepared for the storm and that crews will be ready.

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