More than 700 Denver International Airport flights canceled due to winter storm
Airlines offering vouchers to customers with affected itineraries
A total of 715 flights have been canceled at Denver International Airport three hours before a powerful blizzard is expected to strike.
About half of the canceled flights — a total of 352 — were outgoing DIA flights, according to FlightAware.
Southwest Airlines has canceled 201 flights, or 49 percent, of all its flights in and out of the airport.
United Airlines has only canceled 181 flights or 45 percent of its flights.
Another 35 flights have been delayed Wednesday
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