Washington, D.C., January 15, 2019 – mba aviation, a global aviation consulting firm with offices in North America, Europe, and Asia, today debuted an airline profile tool within the REDBOOK aviation intelligence database. REDBOOK subscribers can now access dashboards that aggregate a range of data about an airline’s in-service aircraft fleet, operational activities, flight routes, and financial position.
Each profile presents a clear summary of the operator’s legal details like its parent entities, subsidiaries, and related organizations. Synopses of recent news stories, credit reports, and simplified financial statements add context to the operator’s story. Dynamic charts recap the operator’s fleet growth over time and its active relationships with aircraft lessors that own portions of its fleet.
Using financial details curated by the mba team, users can explore an operator’s risk profile and value its business. Financials for 100+ major operators are now available within REDBOOK.
David Tokoph, mba aviation’s President and CEO, stated that “This new tool pulls together critical airline information, enabling a wide range of analysis all in one place.”
REDBOOK provides mba’s clients with industry-trusted aircraft values data produced by its ISTAT-certified appraisal team. The platform also offers a fleet database covering 45,000+ active and historic aircraft and a powerful maintenance forecasting tool used to map out the complete nose-to-tail maintenance costs expected through an aircraft’s lifespan.