DFW's Big Triple Play

Albanese, Elizabeth
April 2003
Bond Buyer;4/22/2003, Vol. 344 Issue 31619, p1
Trade Publication
The Dallas, Texas-based Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport Board will make the first of three upcoming forays into the municipal market when it sells $750 million of bonds in the week following April 22, 2003. The fixed-rate deal, which will be pre-priced on April 29 and sell the following day, will be the first of three tranches of debt worth a total of $1.7 billion planned for sale in the next 90 days. Airport officials say they want to issue bonds while interest rates are low to finance the remainder of a capital development program totaling $2.6 billion. J.P. Morgan Securities Inc. will act as the lead book-running manager for the Series A sale, with Citigroup Global Markets Inc., formerly Salomon Smith Barney Inc., and Estrada Hinojosa & Co. serving as co-senior managers.


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