DIA Wants More Lines To Cut Passenger Security Clearance Times

Security officials say Denver International Airport needs more lines to cut down on wait times.

The Denver Post reports a Transportation Security Administration bulletin said the airport layout limits lines to screen passengers at 30 rather than the 37 needed.

An airport spokesman said a plan is in the works that could move security lines to a different floor by 2019.

America's fifth-busiest airport in April credited long longs with TSA staffing.

The airport could see its busiest month ever in July and is expected to break records from June to September.