CHICAGO — The Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport hits the market Thursday with $287 million of airport revenue bonds that will be used in part to finance a five-year capital plan.

Moody’s Investors Service boosted the airport’s outlook to stable from negative ahead of the deal, citing stable enplanement levels after years of decreases, and the airport’s role as one of Delta Airlines’ most important hubs.

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