COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Flights into and out of Colorado Springs Airport are canceled Tuesday because of a fire that damaged the terminal.
The fire started in the insulation of the roof at around 11:30 p.m. Monday. It took firefighters four hours to put it out.
The airport says the terminal was evacuated safely and there were no reported injuries. Incoming passengers were forced to wait on their planes on the tarmac
Airport spokeswoman Aidan Ryan says that 26 arriving flights and 30 departures were canceled.
The airport will announce later Tuesday whether Wednesday flights will be impacted.