The low oil-price environment should benefit most airports, with exceptions coming in regions that rely on gas and oil exploration to drive local business, and particularly strong winners generated by airlines that invest their newfound cash into capacity increases, a Moody’s analysis concludes. “The drop in oil prices”—about 50% since mid-2014—“is credit positive for most airports in North America and Europe because lower fuel costs will improve the ...

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