DALLAS - Denver International Airport will close today on $609 million of refunding bonds that priced as its second largest carrier - Frontier Airlines - was filing for bankruptcy protection from creditors.

The city and county of Denver, which issues debt for DIA, scrambled to update its disclosure after gaining assurance from the bond ratings agencies that the bankruptcy was not likely to produce a downgrade.

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