CHICAGO — The Minneapolis-St. Paul Metropolitan Airports Commission is gearing up to sell about $100 million of general airport revenue bonds in a refunding for savings and to raise funds for expanded car-rental facilities as it advances plans for a $1.5 billion capital improvement program.

The transaction is slated for sale the week of Oct. 22, said the commission’s finance director, Bob Schauer. The MSP commission owns and operates the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.

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