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The largest scheduled passenger airlines reported a 6.4 percent profit margin in the third quarter of 2012, down from 6.8 percent in the third quarter of 2011, the U.S. Department of Transportation's Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS) reported today in a release of preliminary data
What a terrific anthem for the 1970s by Stephen Stills. Taking some liberty here and breathing a sigh of relief from those budget blues for 2013, just how many dollars have you projected to lure and engage new customers to your business?
PKF Hospitality Research LLC (PKF-HR), along with most industry participants, has been pleasantly surprised by the strong rebound in lodging demand that has occurred since the depths of the great recession in 2009. While a lot has been written about the positive impact this has had on rooms revenue, we would like to take this time to analyze the performance of the second largest source of revenue for full-service hotels food and beverage.
Financing or refinancing a hotel. Some issues every borrower should understand. As we said in introducing part 1 of this article, most hotel buyers will want financing. Some of the big REITs or other cash rich players will buy for all cash and then find financing at their leisure. That gives them an advantage in bidding on hot properties. But most buyers will want financing to pay for their acquisition.
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