AIRLINE FINANCE BY PETER S.MORRELL PDF

Air cargo is a key element of the global supply chain. It allows outsourcing of manufacturing to other countries and links production in both multinational and smaller enterprises. It has also been the most important driver of certain export indus Recensioner i media Peter Morrell has cleverly dissected the key aspects of airline finances and provided an excellent guide to both the routine financial requirements, such as financial statements and ratios, and also to the specific issues facing airline finance executives, such as airline risk management, valuations and privatisations. This is an essential compendium to airline finance executives, their financiers and investors and anyone with a passion for this fascinating industry. All in all, it provided me with some very useful insights into airline finance, both in terms of the detailed airline financial calculations required and the bigger aviation issues that impact upon financial decision-making.

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Air cargo is a key element of the global supply chain. It allows outsourcing of manufacturing to other countries and links production in both multinational and smaller enterprises. It has also been the most important driver of certain export indus Recensioner i media Peter Morrell has cleverly dissected the key aspects of airline finances and provided an excellent guide to both the routine financial requirements, such as financial statements and ratios, and also to the specific issues facing airline finance executives, such as airline risk management, valuations and privatisations.

This is an essential compendium to airline finance executives, their financiers and investors and anyone with a passion for this fascinating industry.

All in all, it provided me with some very useful insights into airline finance, both in terms of the detailed airline financial calculations required and the bigger aviation issues that impact upon financial decision-making.

He graduated in economics from Cambridge University and subsequently gained a Masters in air transportation from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he worked on NASA sponsored research into airline forecasting and profitability. He has a doctorate from Cranfield University. Peter was employed by a merchant bank, Lazard Brothers, in the City of London, before joining the Association of European Airlines in Brussels as an economist in He worked as an air transport consultant from to , initially with Alistair Tucker Associates and subsequently independently.

Peter is a former head of the Department of Air Transport at the College of Aeronautics at Cranfield University, where he held a chair in air transport economics and finance, and he is the European Editor for the Journal of Air Transport Management as well as on the editorial board of Tourism Economics. He has lectured on numerous industry courses, and directs the Airline Finance course at Cranfield.

Peter has been involved in numerous airline and airport projects worldwide. Peter also directed a number of major studies for the European Commission. Peter is also the author of Moving Boxes by Air: The Economics of International Air Cargo Ashgate, and has written many articles for both academic and industry journals.

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Next skip Airline Finance - Peter S. While there are numerous financial management and corporate finance texts available, few of these provide explanations for the singularities of the airline industry with worked examples drawn directly from the industry itself. Revised and updated in its third edition, this internationally renowned and respected book provides the essentials to understanding all areas of airline finance. Designed to address each of the distinct areas of financial management in an air transport industry context, it also shows how these fit together, while each chapter and topic provides a detailed resource which can be also consulted separately. Supported at each stage by practical airline examples, it examines the financial trends and prospects for the airline industry as a whole, contrasting the developments for the major regions and airlines. Important techniques in financial analysis are applied to the airline industry, together with critical discussion of key issues.

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He graduated in economics from Cambridge University and subsequently gained a Masters in air transportation from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he worked on NASA sponsored research into airline forecasting and profitability. He has a doctorate from Cranfield University. Peter was employed by a merchant bank, Lazard Brothers, in the City of London, before joining the Association of European Airlines in Brussels as an economist in He worked as an air transport consultant from to , initially with Alistair Tucker Associates and subsequently independently. Peter is a former head of the Department of Air Transport at the College of Aeronautics at Cranfield University, where he held a chair in air transport economics and finance, and he is the European Editor for the Journal of Air Transport Management as well as on the editorial board of Tourism Economics. He has lectured on numerous industry courses, and directs the Airline Finance course at Cranfield.

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