CHICAGO -- Nearly $1 billion of bonds could be issued over the next three years to build and equip a new United Airlines maintenance facility in Indianapolis, according to possible scenarios outlined by Indiana government officials.

United tentatively selected Indianapolis last week as the location for a new maintenance facility to service its Boeing 737 aircraft. The airline and government officials have set a Nov. 22 deadline to work out details on the financing and to sign contracts finalizing the deal.

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