DALLAS - With airlines under unprecedented financial stress, Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport is continuing to cut costs to help its tenants survive, officials said yesterday.

Under a $640 million budget adopted by the DFW board, spending will remain flat, despite rising costs to the airport, said chief financial officer Chris Poinsatte. Airport management cut $23 million in spending to counter an equal increase in costs, he told the board.

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