More than 350 flights delayed and canceled at Denver International Airport Saturday morning

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After Friday’s overnight snowstorm dropped more than a foot of snow at Denver International Airport, more than 350 flights were canceled or delayed.

As of 11:30 a.m. Saturday, 342 flights had failed to leave the gate on time and another eight flights were canceled entirely, according to flight tracking data from FlightAware.

The airport saw 6 inches of snow on the ground Friday night and another inch of snow could develop Saturday, according to National Weather Service data.

Affected airlines included United, Southwest, Frontier, Delta, American Airlines, Alaska Airlines, Air Canada, Southern Airways Express, SkyWest, Mesa, Lufthansa, Key Lime Air, Jazz, CommuteAir and AeroMéxico.

Southwest and United had the most delays on Saturday, with 124 Southwest flights and 104 United flights held up at the gate. Regional carrier SkyWest, the airline that operates United Express, also delayed 42 flights.

Frontier had canceled four flights by Saturday morning, and Southwest and United had each removed two from their schedules.

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