Top fifteen United Airlines/DIA hate tweets over delays that have stranded 1,000-plus
Standing room only at DIA. More Tweets and Twitpics below.
The weather system that blanketed Denver on Sunday and Monday is now wreaking havoc throughout the Midwest -- and one result has been huge delays at Denver International Airlines. Around 1,000 passengers have reportedly been stranded, with the majority stuck as a result of United Airlines canceling twenty-plus flights. Similar delays have impacted cities such as Chicago and Houston, too.
With nothing to do but hang out, plenty of disgruntled passengers have been venting their spleen on Twitter. Here are the fifteen most memorable tweets we found, many accompanied by photos from the scene. Count them down below.
So we're stranded in Denver and can't get to Cali until tomorrow night. Fucking brilliant.— Andrea (@andreezy6) May 13, 2014
@Michaelolajide1 I should have stayed in NYC for Aerobox again! Wouldve beat being on the Denver Airport floor bcz of cancelled flights!— EvilRZK (@EvilRZK) May 13, 2014
Denver Airport is the worst place to fly out of. Hands down. #eternaldelays— Lauren McKell Casper (@laurencasper) May 13, 2014
Continue to keep counting the top fifteen United Airlines/DIA hate tweets over delays that have stranded 1,000-plus. Number 10:
@nicoleislike my new home is the Denver airport.— Gabriela Perez (@GabrielaIPerez) May 13, 2014
Continue to keep counting the top fifteen United Airlines/DIA hate tweets over delays that have stranded 1,000-plus. Number 5:
@united you stranded my mother in Denver and told her it would be 2 days. Kept her bag and her meds. Fix it.— Andy Eppler (@PrairieScholars) May 13, 2014
@united I want to change cancelled flights and have been on phone for three hours. Stuck in Denver. Help please!— Nick A Hartley (@NickAHartley) May 13, 2014
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More from our Lists & Weirdness archive circa May 12: "Photos: Ten snowiest Mays in Denver history and more."
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