- Associated Press - Wednesday, February 4, 2015

DENVER (AP) - Operations at Denver International Airport are returning to normal now that the snow has moved out.

Flights were delayed by an average of about an hour Wednesday morning at the airport, which got about an inch of snow.

Airport spokeswoman Laura Coale said the FAA implemented a traffic management program to intentionally spread out flights to allow time for planes to be deiced and keep runways plowed and prevent passengers from being stuck in planes waiting for an open gate.

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