In response to Fitch Ratings’ revision of its outlook on O’Hare International Airport’s general airport revenue bonds to negative, Chicago aviation officials said they are confident the airport’s position as a key hub for bankrupt American Airlines will limit any service cuts as the carrier reorganizes.

Fitch last week revised its outlook on $6.5 billion of first-, second-, and third-lien GARBs because of the Chapter 11 federal bankruptcy filing earlier last week by American’s parent, AMR Corp.

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