DALLAS - Denver plans to refinance $200 million of variable-rate airport bonds today and another $93 million on Friday to rid the debt of backing by MBIA Insurance Co. When the deals close, Denver International Airport will have refinanced $1.1 billion of debt this year.

"It's a good story to tell," said Stan Koniz, chief financial officer at DIA. "Over $1 billion of refinancing when we didn't even plan to go to the market at all this year."

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