DALLAS — With new competition fast approaching, Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport is returning to the debt market to price $367 million of revenue bonds for its terminal remodeling project.

The upcoming issue, expected to price May 16, is part of an accelerated debt schedule designed to capture historically low interest rate savings. If current plans come to fruition, DFW expects to have eight issues this year. The airport was the largest issuer in the Southwest in 2013.

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