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What Denver International Airport looked and felt like Friday on its busiest day ever

The Colorado Sun spent 9 hours at DIA talking to airport employees and passengers -- and going behind the scenes -- to figure out what the droves meant

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Plane lost engine power before 2016 crash in southwest Colorado that killed 3, investigators say

The National Transportation Safety Board says it doesn’t know, however, what caused the issue that led to the wreck more than three years ago

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“It’s been awhile”: A Colorado congressman jumped out of a plane to commemorate D-Day

U.S. Rep. Jason Crow, an Aurora Democrat and former Army Ranger, was one of two members of Congress to participate in the Normandy event on Sunday

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MAP: More than 70 people have died in Colorado aircraft crashes since 2014. Here’s what the data tells us.

Between 2014 and 2017, Colorado ranked fifth in number of fatal aircraft crashes in the U.S.

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How Denver International Airport lands international flights — and which destinations might be next

Denver is among the top underserved markets for Amsterdam, Dublin, New Zealand, Beijing and the Middle East/Africa/India

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Witnesses saw low-flying plane bank sharply before Broomfield crash that killed two, NTSB says

John Campbell, 58, and Tobias Campbell, 20, died in the crash. Both were from Erie.

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NTSB says pilots likely at fault in 2017 plane crash into Berthoud reservoir that killed both

James Griffith and Patrick Blankemeier died in the Culver Reservoir crash

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A double-decker Airbus A380 landed in Denver for the first time last night. But don’t expect to see the plane here again soon.

The airport has one of the longest runways in the U.S., meaning it can accommodate an A380 without issue