Things are getting back to normal at Denver International Airport, three days after the facility reopened following last week's blizzard.
The airport's biggest carriers United and Frontier say the backlog of displaced passengers has cleared finally. Now, all that's left is the luggage.
Scores of bags either arrived at the airport without passengers, or passengers left the airport without their bags. Frontier spokesman Joe Hodas says dealing with the lost luggage is part of the "second phase" of storm cleanup, which also includes helping customers claim refunds or reschedule canceled trips.
Airlines say anyone with a luggage tag and no luggage should call the airline for tracking assistance.
Airport spokesman Chuck Cannon says DIA officials are planning a meeting tomorrow to discuss how last week's 45 hour airport shut-down was handled. Cannon says the closure cost the airport thousands in lost airplane landing fees, and officials are already watching a new storm expected across Colorado later this week.