While students of the airline industry are typically well versed in operational issues, cost and revenue measures, there is less knowledge of the financial position and condition of individual companies.

The ADP provides a basic set of data and analysis highlighting earnings and the impact on a company’s cash flow, as well as the impact of earnings and cash flow on liquidity and capitalization positions.

The ADP will perform analyses of each U.S. airline that files with the SEC and provide the ratios most commonly used in the analysis of a company’s financial position. These ratios can be used for basic analysis of an individual company, as well as for comparison purposes with other companies examined by the Airline Data Project.


    Income Statement  
Data at a Glance
Profitability, Cash Flow and Balance Sheets Charts
  Operating Income
  Pre-Tax Income
  Net Income
  Regional Affiliate Revenue
    SEC Balance Sheet  
  Cash & Short-term Investments
  Restricted Cash and Short-term Investments
  Long-term Debt & Capital Lease Obligations, Less Current Maturities
  Pension & Post Retirement Benefits
    Cash Flow Statement  
  Net Cash Provided by (Used in) Operating Activities
  Net Cash Provided by (Used in) Investing Activities
  Net Cash Provided by (Used in) Financing Activities
  Payments on Long-term Debt and Capital Lease Obligation
    Proceeds from Issuance of Long-term Debt
    Net Increase (Decrease) in Cash
    Individual Carriers SEC Data  
  American Airlines
  Continental Airlines
  Delta Air Lines
  Northwest Airlines
  United Airlines
    US Airways Pre-merger with America West Excel file
  US Airways Post-merger with America West
  America West Airlines
  Southwest Airlines
  jetBlue Airways
  AirTran Airways
  Frontier Airlines
  Alaska Airlines
  Hawaiian Airlines
  Midwest Airlines
  Spirit Airlines