An agreement last week that calls for major airlines to pay higher landing fees at Loss Angeles International Airport could help move Standard & Poor's Corp. a step closer toward resolving the airport's CreditWatch listing, a rating agency official said.

In September, Standard & Poor's placed $317 million of Los Angeles Department of Airports revenue bonds on CreditWatch with negative implications, citing concern over the refusal of various airlines to pay the landing fee increase.

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