WASHINGTON -- A General Accounting Office report concludes that the Denver International Airport should be "economically viable" as long as the city gets it open and operating as scheduled in late February, congressional aides familiar with the report said yesterday.

Congressional staff of the Colorado delegation, briefed last week on the soon-to-be-released report, were told "there would be no big surprises," one aide said.

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