DENVER (AP) - Holiday travelers are expected to make this one of the busiest holiday travelers are expected to make this one of the busiest Thanksgiving weeks in the history of Denver International Airport.
The airport is predicting that this could be the second-busiest Thanksgiving week in its history with more than 960,000 passengers at the airport through Monday.
About 966,000 passengers went through DIA in 2006.
Airport officials expect Sunday to be the busiest day of the week with more than 160,000 travelers.
About 150,000 passengers were expected to pass through the airport Wednesday.
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