The city of Denver must come up with $41.6 million more to fund the three-month delay of the opening of Denver International Airport, city officials said yesterday.

Capitalized interest costs on the new bonds and project additions requested by airlines have pushed the cost up $177 million over the $2.7 billion budgeted for the project.

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