DENVER — Southwest Airlines canceled some flights out of Denver International Airport on Monday after several planes were damaged during a hailstorm that moved through the area overnight.
An airline spokesperson said hail impacts were found on more than a dozen planes at the airport. All of them will be removed from service for repairs.
Employees at Denver are working to re-accommodate affected Customers on other available aircraft, the spokesperson said.
A spokesperson for DIA said there was no damage to the airport itself and that no other airlines had reported damage.