CHICAGO — The Indianapolis Airport Authority on Tuesday will price a yet-to-be determined amount of refunding bonds to take advantage of the federal alternative-minimum tax holiday.

The airport has up to $750 million of outstanding fixed-rate bonds that could be refunded with new debt that would be exempt from the AMT under the federal “holiday” that is part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. The authority could issue that amount but is expected to issue roughly $150 million.

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