WASHINGTON — Moody’s Investors Service said yesterday that it will maintain its negative outlook on U.S. airports for the next 12 to 18 months because of the economic crisis, and that unfavorable industry trends will put downward pressure on airport credit ratings.

In its annual sector outlook released this week, Moody’s also said that failed remarketings present the most immediate risk to airports with variable-rate debt exposure.

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