Turnover: 65.446 billion EUR (2023)

Country: France

Airbus Group is a European industrial group active in the civil and military aerospace sector. Founded in 2000 by the merger of virtually all European aircraft manufacturers under the name European Aeronautic Defence and Space company (EADS), the Group is now one of the world's leading companies in this sector.

Its most important activities are the construction of airliners with its subsidiary Airbus, helicopters and military aircraft. Through its shareholdings in various companies, the Group is involved in space launchers, artificial satellites, missiles and combat aircraft. Faced with the growing complexity of avionics systems, Airbus Group has developed in-house expertise in digital modeling and simulation throughout the aircraft development cycle, in order to consolidate its world leadership against the American Boeing.

News

Airbus wins major Asian contracts 21/03/2024

  • - Airbus has announced two major contracts in Asia, totaling 65 aircraft with an estimated value of over ten billion dollars.
  • - Japan Airlines has ordered 21 long-haul Airbus A350-900s and 11 medium-haul A321s.
  • - Korean Air has ordered 35 long-haul A350s, including 27 of the A350-1000 model.
  • - The Boeing 777X is two years behind schedule in its certification process.
  • - The Russian overflight ban puts Boeing's 787 Dreamliners at the limit of their range for Japanese and Korean airlines.

Airbus breaks all order records 14/12/2023

  • Airbus has surpassed its 2022 score, with 1,512 orders booked up to the end of November 2023.
  • The number of orders in 2023 is 40% higher than in 2022.
  • Airbus has a record backlog of over 8,000 aircraft. This represents just over eleven years of production at the current rate.
  • Boeing also had a very good year in 2023, with 1,085 new orders
  • Boeing's order book stands at 5,914 aircraft Boeing is behind Airbus in order intake and deliveries for the sixth year running.

Airbus, Tarmac Aerosave ;Services, the future golden goose of aeronautics 30/11/2023

  • By 2023, 4.3 billion passengers will have been carried (4.5 billion in 2019)
  • Between 2023 and 2042, the aeronautical services market is expected to grow by 3.6% a year to reach $255 billion.
  • Of this total, fleet maintenance, which is set to double to 46,560 aircraft (from 22,880 in 2020), will generate $210 billion in revenues by 2042.
  • Improvements to existing aircraft - optimized fuel consumption, use of sustainable aviation fuel, etc. - will account for a further - will account for 28 billion.
  • By 2042, airlines will need to recruit 2.2 million people, including 590,000 pilots, 920,000 flight attendants and 680,000 technicians.
  • Airbus sales will be worth 9.8 billion euros in 2022, compared with 8.6 billion in 2021.
  • Airbus Services business now exceeds that of the helicopter division (7 billion in 2022).
  • Boeing achieved sales of 17.6 billion in services in 2022.
  • Airbus steps up recycling and conversion of airliners: 17,000 older aircraft will be replaced over the next twenty years, generating a major market for the conversion of passenger aircraft into freighters, the resale of spare parts and the sale of spare parts for the Airbus Group.tarmac Aerosave is a world leader in the storage, maintenance, conversion and recycling of aircraft and engines.Its Skywise platform collects and analyzes all aircraft flight data, offering a predictive maintenance service More than 140 airlines are members of Skywiseriennes are Skywise members, representing around 50% of Airbus's worldwide fleet "Air France-KLM, which plans to set up an equally-owned service company with Airbus in early 2024.

Airbus: easyJet strengthens its fleet with 56 new A320neo aircraft. 21/06/2022

  • EasyJet has placed a $6.5 billion order with Airbus for 56 A320neo and A321neo aircraft.
  • The agreement also includes the conversion of 18 A320neo aircraft into A321neo.
  • Aircraft to be delivered between 2024 and 2029
  • EasyJet points out that these aircraft consume 15 to 25% less fuel

Bad news for Airbus! This major order has been cancelled. 19/11/2021

  • AirAsia X has reached an agreement with the European manufacturer to cancel an order for over 70 aircraft, including A330neo.
  • AirAsia already has 267 Airbus aircraft in its fleet, all from the A320 and A330 families.
  • Air Journal points out that it is still waiting for 354 A321neo aircraft.

Defense: Airbus sells A400Ms to Indonesia! 18/11/2021

  • Boeing orders two Airbus A400M aircraft in multi-role tanker/transport configuration
  • The contract, which takes effect in 2022, will bring the number of countries operating the A400M to ten

Financial Data

DUNS: 383474814

Legal Name: AIRBUS

Address: 2 RPT EMILE DEWOITINE , 31700 BLAGNAC

Number of employees: Entre 5 000 et 9 999 salariés (2020)

Capital: 3 576 769 EUR


Financial Data:

Year 2022 2021 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015
Turnover 47 054 184 000 40 019 698 000 39 036 834 000 61 404 650 000 56 186 024 000 52 583 751 000 49 816 889 000 46 211 240 000
Gross margin (€) 17 804 045 000 15 340 796 000 12 680 215 000 18 786 183 000 17 949 668 000 16 209 001 000 14 589 285 000 15 420 391 000
EBITDA (€) -126 069 000 1 798 757 000 2 593 809 000 -402 922 000 3 405 821 000 -524 574 000 88 197 000 277 366 000
Operating profit (€) 580 290 000 321 717 000 450 558 000 190 917 000 1 546 116 000 305 626 000 -54 699 000 196 655 000
Net profit (€) 1 532 742 000 1 153 253 000 -69 276 000 -164 468 000 126 409 000 20 072 000 -284 699 000 80 624 000
Turnover growth rate (%) 17,6 2,5 -36,4 9,3 6,9 5,6 7,8 -
Ebitda margin rate (%) -0,3 4,5 6,6 -0,7 6,1 -1 0,2 0,6
Operating margin rate (%) 1,2 0,8 1,2 0,3 2,8 0,6 -0,1 0,4
Working Capital (turnover days) -184,2 -181,4 -6 371 783,3 -127,7 -36,9 -277,6 -247,7 -235,9
Working Capital requirements (turnover days) -218,3 -128,3 -140,8 -146,7 -76,7 -230,5 -265,7 -256
Net margin (%) 3,3 2,9 -0,2 -0,3 0,2 - -0,6 0,2
Added value / Turnover (%) -1,4 1,6 5,5 1,9 4,2 1,4 2,5 3,2
Wages and social charges (€) 1 200 597 000 1 327 086 000 1 193 866 000 1 291 942 000 1 241 948 000 1 234 300 000 979 954 000 989 728 000
Salaries / Turnover (%) 2,6 3,3 3,1 2,1 2,2 2,3 2 2,1

Company Managers:

Position First Name Last Name Age Linkedin
Chairman GUILLAUME FAURY 56
Managing Director ALBERTO GUTIERREZ MORENO 61
Managing Director JOHN HARRISON 56
Managing Director THIERRY BARIL 59

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