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Finance Case

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Michael Lopez

on 1 February 2013

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Images from Shutterstock.com Chapter 3 Financial Ratios By: Michael Lopez, Ray Longoria, Eric Urena S&S Air is a light aircraft manufacturing company.
They’ve been in business for 10 years.
They currently produce and sell two aircraft models
Birdie ($53,000)
Eagle ($78,000)
The company uses prefabricated parts to build their airplanes, which allows them to build a single aircraft in only 5 weeks – a relatively short time when compared to commercial airplanes (1.5 – 2 years). S&S AIR INC. S&S AIR’s
2012 Income Statement S&S AIR’s
2012 Balance Sheet Light Airplane Industry
Financial Ratios S&S sells light aircraft, and Boeing sells commercial jetliners and military aircraft.

Bombardier concentrates on large aircraft (commercial planes), and all types of trains.

Embraer also produces commercial aircraft and jetliners. Should S&S Aspire to be Like Boeing, Bombardier or Embraer?
Cessna Aircraft Company is a good company to aspire to, because they have a wide variety light aircraft to fit peoples needs. This company has three different types of aircraft designs with many models in each type of design.
Cirrus produces light aircraft like S&S. So this company makes the most technologically advanced while prioritizing safety. How About Cirrus Design Corporation or Cessna? Light Airplane Industry
Financial Ratios
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