Analysis of Financial Statements of Jet Airways

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TERM PAPER OF
ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGERS

TOPIC:- FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS OF JET AIRWAYS INDIA LIMITED.

SUBMITTED TO NITIKA SEHGAL

SUBMITTED BY SABA MASOD ROLL NO :-B 43 SEC.S1001 REG NO:-11004459

INDEX
1. INTRODUCTION
2. COMPARATIVE BALANCE SHEET
(interpretation)
3. COMPARATIVE INCOME STATEMENT
(interpretation)
4. COMMON SIZE BALANCE SHEET
(interpretation)
5. COMMON SIZE
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This first led to a decision to lease three Airbus A340-300E widebodies from South African Airways to enable it to commence non-stop flights to London Heathrow in the UK and to subsequently place a large order for a fleet of brand-new Airbus A330-200 and Boeing 777-300ER widebodied airliners to permit further expansion, especially to additional destinations in Europe and North America.
At 2006 Jet Airways has international services to Kathmandu, Colombo, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, London Heathrow, operating from Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai and Amritsar

ANALYSIS OF PROFITABILITY, ASSETS AND LIABILITY POSITION OF JET AIRWAYS INDIA LTD WITH THE HELP OF RATIO ANALYSIS
RATIO ANALYSIS:- A ratio is a simple arthematical expression of the relationship of one number to another. it may be defined as the indicated quotient of two mathematical expression.
According to accountants handbook by wixon , kell and Bedford , a ratio “is an expression of the quantitative relationship between two numbers”.
According to kohler , “a ratio is the relation , of the amount ,a , to another ,b, expressed as the ratio of a to b ; a:b (a is to b);or as a simple fraction , integer , decimal , fraction or percentage”.

Use and Significance of Ratio Analysis:-
A. MANGERIAL USE OF RATIO ANALYSIS
1. Helps in
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