DENVER -- United Airlines may end up paying nothing for the delay of Denver International Airport, pending ongoing talks between the airline and the city, officials said yesterday.

Talks between the two sides are continuing, but United has made requests that the city says it cannot agree to. United wants those unspecified items in return for paying half of the $45 million it will cost to delay the airport three months from May 15.

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