DIA Bringing $600 Million of Refundings
- On Airport Debt, Denver Says No Time Like Now to Refund. Albanese, Elizabeth // Bond Buyer;06/15/2001, Vol. 336 Issue 31161, p56
Reports on the decision of the city of Denver, Colorado, to enter the bond market on June 21, 2001, with a multi-million dollar deal for refunding outstanding airport revenue bonds. Issuing of bonds during the 1990s to finance the Denver International Airport; Subjection of bonds to federal...
- DIA Aims High With Growth Plan. Williamson, Richard // Bond Buyer;4/5/2011, Vol. 376 Issue 33494, p1
The article reports on the proposed expansion plan of Denver International Airport (DIA) in Dallas, Colorado. On April 7, 2011, DIA will sold its refunding revenue bonds worth 400 million dollars led Citi. Moreover, Moody's Investors Service analyst Kurt Krumenacker warns DIA that the move will...
- DIA Ready To Close on $609M Sale. Williamson, Richard // Bond Buyer;4/14/2008, Vol. 364 Issue 32856, p1
The article reports on the closure of $609 million of refunding bonds by the Denver International Airport (DIA) as one of its carriers, Frontier Airlines Inc., was filing for bankruptcy protection from creditors in Denver, Colorado. A meeting, headed by state debt administrator Margaret Danuser,...
- Auditors investigate Denver Airport funds. Preston, Darrell // Bond Buyer;01/13/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30309, p3
Focuses on the visit by US Department of Transportation auditors to the Denver International Airport in an attempt to ascertain whether funds have been diverted to non-airport purposes. Features of the efforts by Senator John McCain for the audit; Features of the plans by the airport to acquire...
- `Snow-capped' symbol. Stein, Karen D. // Architectural Record;Jun1993, Vol. 181 Issue 6, p106
Features the landside terminal at the Denver International Airport. Controversy over the cost; C.W. Fentress J.H. Bradburn and Associates, designer; Fabric-roof design; Teflon-coated fiberglass; Energy-efficient lighting system; Two-sided landside terminal; Vehicle access; Cost; Future expansion...
- Congressional pledge of $500 million for Denver Airport seen as key victory. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;10/23/1989, Vol. 131 Issue 17, p71
Reports that Congress committed $500 million to the new Denver International Airport, which is expected to satisfy the bond market and keep the project on schedule for a spring or summer 1993 opening.
- Denver airport opens--at last! Macrae, Duncan // Interavia Business & Technology;Apr95, Vol. 50 Issue 589, p28
Reports on the opening of the Denver International Airport in Colorado on February 28, 1995. Delay in the opening of airport; United Airlines spokesman John Philp's endorsement of the airport; Controversy regarding the airport's baggage handling system.
- A slow takeoff. Zetlin, Minda // Management Review;Jul96, Vol. 85 Issue 7, p24
Focuses on various problems in the operation of the Denver International Airport (DIA) in Colorado, which opened in February 1995. Public relations disaster; Complaints about the airport's distance from downtown; DIA's automated baggage system as its biggest stumbling block; Costs associated...
- This airport delay is costing business a lot of money. Romano, Michael // Restaurant Business;6/10/94, Vol. 93 Issue 9, p26
Reports on the impact of the Colorado-based Denver International Airport's delayed opening on the business operations of the airport's concessionaires. Causes of the delay; Comments by foodservice operators.