Bonds, fees to cover $1B airport expansion in San Diego

03/23/2010 | San Diego Business Journal

The $1 billion terminal expansion at San Diego International Airport will be funded through airport fees and revenue bonds, making a tax hike unnecessary. The airport authority plans to issue a series of tax-free bonds to finance the expansion, which includes 10 new gates, an expanded concession area and a new parking ramp for jets.

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