DALLAS A new federal report says the Denver International Airport will be able to meet debt service payments on more than $3.4 billion in bonds even if it doesn't open until July 1, 1996, and its operating deficit exceeds $415 million.

However, the most recent General Accounting Office report fails to predict whether the airport will open by the city of Denver's deadline in four months and bases its conclusions on some financial assumptions that have been questioned by at least one Colorado congressman.

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