S&P raises Little Rock National Airport revs to A
Oct 2 (Reuters) - Standard & Poor's Ratings Services on Tuesday raised its rating on Little Rock, Arkansas's general airport revenue bonds to A from A-minus with a stable outlook.
S&P cited the airport's consistently improved financial risk profile, despite "historically declining enplanement trends."
The rating action affects the 1999A, 2003, 2007A, and 2007B bonds issued for Little Rock National Airport.
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