CHICAGO — Cleveland Hopkins International Airport plans to price $75 million of passenger fee-backed revenue bonds Wednesday, its first new-money borrowing in 10 years.

The transaction will also likely be the last for at least five years for the airport, a relatively rare issuer. After the transaction, it will have $890 million of outstanding debt. The city of Cleveland, which owns the airport, is issuing the bonds.

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