DALLAS -- While critics question the need for the $2.66 billion Denver International Airport project, supporters say they get all the reassurance they need from Wall Street.

"The buyers of the bonds are the ones who put confidence into this project," said Col. Leonard Griggs, assistant administrator for airports at the Federal Aviation Administration. "The Denver projections are good. The financial projections are good. The proof of that is that the bonds have always sold."

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