DENVER - Denver airport workers pulled long shifts Sunday to move thousands of people through a massive snow storm that delayed flights up to 2.5 hours.
Airlines cancelled around 200 flights. Normally, Denver's airport sends off or brings in 1,500 to1,600 flights on a typical Sunday, according to an airport spokeswoman.
Many travelers couldn't make it to the airport in time to make their flights. Ticketing lines backed up throughout most of the afternoon, as nearly a foot of snow piled up outside.
As people waited for their flights, many found time to answer the question "How was your delay?"
Watch the video above to see their responses.
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