Oct 16, 2012 12:41 PM by Matt Stafford

DIA travelers upset over extra fees after trains malfunction

DENVER (AP) - Some passengers at Denver International Airport are steaming after they were charged fees by airlines for changing their flights after being caught on malfunctioning trains.

Nearly 10,000 people missed their flights on Friday when the automatic trains linking concourses stopped because of a software problem.

Airline officials tell Denver media outlets that no passengers should have been charged and they are eligible for a refund.



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