DALLAS — Amid ambitious expansion plans, Denver International Airport will price up to $400 million of refunding revenue bonds on Thursday.

The negotiated deal, led by Citi, comes with a warning from Moody’s Investors Service that Denver may be overreaching with plans to build an airport hotel as part of a $500 million South Terminal that will also include a train station for a rail link to downtown.

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