Federal Cash Allows DFW to Set Final Sale in $1.7B Bond Plan

Albanese, Elizabeth
August 2003
Bond Buyer;8/04/2003, Vol. 345 Issue 31691, p31
Trade Publication
Reports that an infusion of expected federal cash and commitment for more aid will enable Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport to move forward August 19, 2003 with the pricing of a $112.6 million variable-rate revenue bond transaction, the last component of a deal worth a total of $ 1.7 billion. Bonds sold by the airport; Issuance of debt by airport officials for the completion of the airport's development program; Receipt of first installment of TSA money by DFW.


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