Lambert-St. Louis International Airport received a triple dose of good credit news last week when Moody's Investors Service followed Fitch Ratings in upgrading the airport's credit and Standard & Poor's revised its outlook to stable from negative.

The actions - in recognition of the airport's proactive steps to improve the credit and stabilizing passenger levels -- impact $803 million of debt. They come ahead of the city's $37 million refunding of airport debt for savings planned for next month.

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