DENVER — For the second year, Denver International Airport will flip the switch to off an numerous lights as part of Earth Hour on Saturday night.
The illuminated DIA sign along Pena Boulevard, the sign marking the terminal and the blue mustang statue will go dark from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
“Earth Hour is an international day of education and a call to action with regard to our responsibility and the impact of our actions on our planet,” said Kim Day, Denver’s Manager of Aviation. “We take climate change seriously and are working hard to make a difference.”
Operations at the airport will not be affected by the event.