Major problems at DIA with the trains today

By Melissa Moore on January 23, 2024
DENVER, CO – FEBRUARY 22: Travelers pass through a TSA security checkpoint during a winter storm at Denver International Airport on February 22, 2023 in Denver, Colorado. More than 1000 flights have been canceled across the U.S. as the storm impacts travel around the country. (Photo by Michael Ciaglo/Getty Images)

Denver, CO – The trains that run to the concourses at Denver International Airport are having problems today.  The trains are running in limited capacity and are having ‘technical issues’ according to officials at DIA. 

What do you need to know if you’re flying out of DIA today?  

If you’re flying out of Concourse A, officials recommend using the Security Bridge for A and then walking to concourse A flights.

If you can’t walk to your concourse, additional buses and employees are helping get passengers to their concourses.  


Some passengers said that trains are coming once every 10 minutes and have shared pictures of long lines and lots of people at DIA waiting on trains or directions to board a bus.

For more information on the airport – click HERE

Safe travels!


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