The first flight for the Denver International Airport has been delayed three months until March 9, the city of Denver said Monday.

The holding pattern - expected and even demanded by the airport's major airline tenants - has finally been established after months of speculation and waiting for a decision by Denver Mayor Wellington Webb. The March 9 date can be met if there are no further problems in construction, engineers said.

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