DALLAS — Airports should experience less rating volatility over the near to intermediate terms as 90% of the rated entities have stable outlooks, Fitch Ratings said in an airport peer review study released Tuesday.

"Airports are in a more stable situation than they've been in since the start of the recession," said Seth Lehman, Fitch's chief analyst on the study. "That should mean a more normal growth pattern and fewer rating actions."

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