CHICAGO — Two weeks after it hit Cleveland with a credit downgrade, Fitch Ratings has cut the rating on $835 million of bonds issued for Cleveland Hopkins International Airport to A-minus from A.

Analysts warn that the airport faces challenges from declining enplanements, a relatively high debt burden, and an escalating debt-service amortization schedule.

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