SAN FRANCISCO — San Francisco International Airport plans to refund $215.9 million of fixed-rate debt with variable-rate demand obligations next week, as it seeks to pair debt with forward swaps it agreed to enter before the financial crisis.

The airport agreed to the swaps with Depfa Bank Plc. and Goldman Sachs Capital Markets LP back in 2007 when it was planning to issue auction-rate securities this year as part of a its variable-rate debt program.

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