DALLAS -- Two years after it began selling debt, Denver today plans to price the last $390 million of bonds needed to build the new Denver International Airport set to be finished 13 months from now.

While institutional investors say they are not worried about cost overruns or delays on the $3 billion debt-financed project, some bond analysts say they still have questions about the economics of the nation's first new major airport since the 1970s.

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