- Language: English
- Published: October 2012
- Region: Colorado , Global
Summary: Denver International Airport, Colorado; Airport Jul 07
- ID: 2046345
- July 2007
- Region: Global, Colorado
- Standard & Poors
Standard & Poor's Ratings Services assigned its 'A+' rating to Denver City and County Department of Aviation, Colo.'s $195 million series 2007A, $25 million series 2007B, $188 million series 2007D, and $49 million series 2007E senior-lien, fixed-rate airport system revenue bonds, as well as the $150 million series 2007C fixed-rate advance refunding airport system revenue bonds, and $360 million series 2007F current refunding auction rate airport system refunding revenue bonds, issued for the Denver International Airport (DIA). Additionally, Standard & Poor's affirmed its 'A+' rating on DIA's senior-lien general airport revenue bonds. The rating is based on the demonstrated commitment of United Air Lines (B/Stable/--), which holds the majority of the market share, to increase passengers at DIA, as well...
Companies mentioned in this report are: Denver Intl Arpt
Action: New Rating
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