Continued need for airport debt is propelled by surging traffic

McDonald, Michael
February 1999
Bond Buyer;02/18/99, Vol. 327 Issue 30581, p6
Trade Publication
Talks about the issuance of new-money bonds by airports in the United States as a result of slipping interest rates and skyrocketing traffic. Stronger-than-expected economic performance for the airlines; Concern about pressure on wages and other costs; Falling international demand from economic turmoil in Latin America and Asia.


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