Strategies for Managing Capital Costs in a Turbulent Industry
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One of the largest assets that an airline has are aircraft, therefore it is critically important to develop a methodology that estimates an aircrafts value, and which also determines efficient utilization to ensure an acceptable rate of return on the asset. Aircraft Finance provides a comprehensive review of aircraft finance and valuation and presents a detailed methodology for accurately valuations. The methodology measures return on investment, improves the efficiency of managing operating costs and more effectively determines revenue analysis.Key Features:Presents a flexible valuation and decision making tool for financial planners, airlines, lease companies, bankers, insurance companies and aircraft manufacturersEquips the reader with a solid background in aircraft finance, valuation, leasing, and debt financing and securitization workBenefits practitioners who want to learn about aircraft finance and apply it to their own problems as well as students in business programsEmphasizes methods that were born out of the authors collaborative research projects and revealed through numerous real-world applicationsIncludes numerous figures, tables and graphs that promote an intuitive understanding of airline finance, valuation process, and other investment modeling
|Sold By||J. Ross Publishing|
|Number of Pages||408|