|Quoting MaverickM11 (Reply 3):|
Am I missing something? AA posted a loss; there was no "operational profit" at all.
|Quoting N844AA (Reply 13):|
This is no doubt an easy question for anyone with a business/finance background, but could someone please explain to me how AA managed to increase its cash reserve while running a loss?
|Quoting Galapagapop (Reply 10):|
AA is the best of the Big 6. No question about it, even with even higher fuel costs they ilk out an operational profit, wait until summer....
Wait until the UA fans come on...
|Quoting Padcrasher (Reply 14):|
Depreciation expense is not a cash expense. Just a write down of assets.
So you could have a net loss of 100 Mil and if your depreciation was 300 Mil you really generated 200 million in cash flow.
|Quoting Burnsie28 (Reply 16):|
I disagree, NW financial state is still better then that of American.