Air Canada’s Financial Performance and Future Outlook

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Essay #: 070290
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Abstract
This paper shall provide a summary overview and analysis of the financial performance of the airline Air Canada. In addition, recommendations will be provided related to the future of the airline industry and actions Air Canada can take to remain profitable and successful in the years ahead.
Air Canada’s Financial Performance and Future Outlook
Air Canada recently emerged from bankruptcy protection in 2009. Since then, indications are that the company is headed in the right direction. Through the first quarter of fiscal year 2011, Air Canada recognized a trailing twelve month revenue of over $11 billion CD and has begun to earn profits again. An important statistic in the airline industry concerns load factor, which denotes the...
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