“Previously Enjoyed” Aircraft Finding New Homes in Mature Markets

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When we think of aircraft movements, we typically think of individual flights.  However, aircraft often change ownership from region to region in fairly predictable ways.  Historically, new aircraft entered the mature regions such as Europe and North America after which they were sold to the developing regions. While this certainly holds true on the continent…

Q2 Earnings in a Picture – As Fuel Costs Rise, It’s Still All About the Revenues

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Continuing on with new ways of visualizing earnings information, this week’s charts focus on understanding how detailed earnings line items have changed year-over-year.  Starting from Q2 2017 net income, we can track each individual line item of the income statement and how that impacted the net income for Q2 2018.  The result provides a unique…

Quarterly Earnings Visualized

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  (All numbers in millions USD) Four times a year we are bombarded with numbers as companies report their earnings.  Through this onslaught of numbers, it is not difficult to find the relevant information on how an airline performed in that quarter.  Taking a visual approach to earnings provides a different perspective. This week we…

Fuzzy Numbers – The Need for Context When Counting Airshow Orders

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While hundreds of aircraft are announced during the week of the summer airshows, the reality is often a different picture.  Aircraft orders don’t happen overnight, even within a week.  They typically take months of preparation, analysis, and negotiations bringing into question exactly how so many deals get done during airshows. The answer is fairly obvious…

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