Bucking a nationwide trend of decline for most airports, the rating outlook for Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport last week was revised to stable from negative when its credit ratings were affirmed.

Fitch Ratings revised the airport’s outlook to stable while affirming its A-plus rating on $1.5 billion of senior-lien airport general revenue bonds and the A rating on $610 million of passenger facility charge and subordinate-lien general revenue bonds, also known as hybrid bonds.

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