Foundations of Airline Finance: Methodology and Practice

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Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2010 - Transportation - 409 pages
Foundations of Airline Finance: Methodology and Practice is a textbook that comprehensively covers, at a basic level, all aspects of the subject, bringing together many of the numerous and informative articles and institutional developments that have characterized the field of airline finance in the previous two decades.The book is of greatest value to students who are contemplating entering financial management in the air transportation industry; however, the text also serves as an accessible and comprehensive reference for industry professionals.
 

Contents

Airline Cost Classifications
27
1
30
3
34
6
42
Time Value of Money
53
1
56
21
60
22222
70
A380
215
2 NPV profile airport flight information screen
228
Airline Capital Structure and Cost of Capital
241
1 Bond values with market interest rate 10
256
1
260
6 Earnings and ROE for leveraged and unleveraged firms
271
Working Capital and Current Asset Management
279
3 EOQ order cycles over time
287

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Risk and Return
83
Capital Asset Pricing Model CAPM
101
Summary
107
Airline Financial Statements
137
Financial Statement Analysis
167
1
170
1
187
2007
193
Airline Capital Budgeting
213
9 Economic order quantity EOQ inventory model
300
Fuel Hedging and Risk Management
309
2 Call option profit
313
7 Airline hedging profit loss per barrel for a zerocost collar with
327
Buy versus Lease DecisionMaking
339
Aviation Industry Valuation
365
Airline Data Sources
389
Top 100 Commercial Airports
395
Index
403
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