Kim Day Ran DIA For 13 Years. As She Retires, What’s Her Hope For The Airport?

July 6, 2021
Kim Day Talks DIA With Colorado MattersKim Day Talks DIA With Colorado MattersHart Van Denburg/CPR News
Kim Day, CEO of Denver International Airport, Feb. 26, 2020.

For half of Denver International Airport's existence, one woman has led it: Kim Day. After 13 years, several downturns, and some major expansion, she’s stepping down. Day actually thought she’d leave sooner because of a breast cancer diagnosis. But she hung on to help DIA navigate COVID-19. CPR’s Ryan Warner met her in the terminal.