DALLAS – More airline passengers expected in 2014 will support new-money debt issued for airport projects since the end of fiscal 2012, Moody’s Investors Service said Tuesday as it extended the sector’s stable outlook into next year.

Airlines are adding seats, Moody’s said, and more passengers mean more revenues for the airports. Airlines are expected to add 1% to their existing seating capacity in 2014.

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