|in M$||in %||YoY Growth|
|Total Operating Revenues||Answer part d below:|
|Salaries, wages and benefits|
|Landing fees and other rent|
|All other expenses|
|Total Operating Expenses|
|Total other income/expense|
|Income before taxes|
|Income tax expense|
|Actual tax rate|
|YoY growth rate|
|Expense per available seat mile (CASM)|
|Revenue passenger miles (millions)|
|Average fuel cost per gallon||Answer parts d and e below:|
|in M$||in %||in M$||in %|
|Cash and short-term investments||Air traffic liability|
|Accounts receivable, net||Accounts payable|
|Aircraft maintenance deposits, net||Current maturities of debt/leases|
|Other current assets||Other current liabilities|
|Total Current Assets||Total Current Liabilities|
|Property & Equipment, net||LTD and lease obligations, less current|
|Operating lease right of use||Deferred income taxes|
|Deferred heavy maintenance, net||Deferred gains|
|All other assets||Stockholder's equity|
|Total Assets||Total Liab. and equity|
|Quick ratio||Answer part c in the box below|
|Total debt ratio|
|p/e ratio today|
|Put your text answer in the yellow box.|
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MGMT 332 Corporate Finance I
Module 1: Introductions, Financial Statements, and Ratios Problem Set 1 – Financial Statements and Ratios
Directions: Go to the investor relations page of Spirit Airlines to get its latest annual report.
1. Using the firm's selected financial data: a. Make a table showing the income statement (in M$). Note that any expenses that
do not have their own specific line listed should be grouped under "All other expenses"
b. Use the table created to create a common size income statement (as a % of operating revenues for that year)
c. Show year-on-year (YoY) growth d. What happened to the profit margins? e. What are the actual tax rates?
2. Using the operating stats, what is the YoY growth rate for:
a. Yield per passenger mile? b. Operating expense per available seat mile (CASM)? c. Revenue passenger miles? d. Average fuel cost per gallon? e. Considering the above, what factors do you think are affecting margins the most?
3. Using the firm's balance sheets, show: a. Balance sheets as shown (in M$); show only the net property and equipment
lines. b. Common size balance sheets. c. Are there any outliers in the balance sheets that you think merit mentioning? d. For these years, what is the net working capital position? Current ratio? Quick
ratio? Total debt ratio? Return on assets (ROA)? Return on equity (ROE)?What is the latest p/e ratio?
4. Using the Statement of Cash Flows, which operating activity items stand out to you and
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5. Go to the carrier snapshot section in the Bureau of Transportation
Statistics (United States Department of Transportation). Select American and answer the following questions:
a. What are the top three markets by share? b. What happened to passenger yields? c. What happened to costs per ASM? d. What do you think this means for the bottom line? e. What are the top three city pairs?