Suppose that you are an airline executive and you come to work one morning to find a memorandum on our desk indicating that the Boeing 747 that your company leased to fly between New York and London is bringing in revenues of $200,000 per day. You also know that the direct operating expenses (wages for the flight crew, aviation fuel, and that awful airline food) are $180,000 per day. Lastly, suppose you calculate that the interest cost of the loan to pay for the airplane was $40,000 per day. Should you continue to fly the plane? Why might your answer depend on the decision time frame, and what additional information would you need?