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Thu November 24, 2005
Thanksgiving Travel Starts Well
Laramie, Wy – Passengers and planes are moving like clockwork through Denver International Airport, while traffic is flowing smoothly along Wyoming and Colorado roadways as the Thanksgiving holiday weekend begins.
D-I-A spokesman Chuck Cannon says thing's couldn't be better at the region's largest airport, with good weather, on-time departures and fast-moving security lines.
Some 150-thousand passengers traveled through the airport Wednesday, but Sunday could be even busier -- with 158-thousand travelers forecast.
Drivers are also being treated to good weather and smooth traffic in both Wyoming and Colorado.