COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – In preparation for the winter storm anticipated to hit Colorado Springs, the Colorado Springs Airport has initiated a snow alert that will continue until the storm has passed. All essential airport staff are reporting to the airport and will be running continuous shifts to ensure the airport continues to stay open and the runways safe and operational.
As of 3:30p.m., the airlines have cancelled a total of 14 out of 52 scheduled flights. COS anticipates there may be additional delays and cancellations to come and should be advised of possible impacts on tomorrow’s flight schedule. Passengers needing information regarding their flights should contact their airline directly.
- American: 800-433-7300
- Delta: (800) 221-1212
- Frontier: 801-401-9000
- United: 800-864-8331
With the forecast winter advisories in effect, travelers are advised to allow additional time and to check their flight status prior to heading to the airport.
The airport will remain open 24/7.
To stay up to date on flight status, visit https://coloradosprings.gov/flycos/flight-status.