DALLAS - After months of squabbling and threats of lawsuits, Denver, BAE Automated Systems, and United Airlines have reached agreements that could help solve baggage problems for a Feb. 28 opening of Denver International Airport and dismiss millions of dollars in claims.

In agreements made late last week, Texas-based BAE would be paid $35 million to make modifications to the faulty automated baggage system in United's Concourse B at the new $3.9 billion airport.

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