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Airplanes-helicopters. Airbus: FY2021 results

611 commercial aircraft delivered - ATTACHMENT

Airbus reported consolidated Full-Year (FY) 2021 financial results and provided guidance for 2022. 

The data:

611 commercial aircraft delivered in 2021

Financials reflect strong operational performance group-wide

Revenues € 52.1 billion; EBIT Adjusted € 4.9 billion; EBIT (reported) € 5.3 billion

Free cash flow before M&A and customer financing € 3.5 billion; Net cash € 7.6 billion

Record net income of € 4.2 billion; EPS (reported) € 5.36

Dividend proposal: € 1.50 per share

2022 guidance issued.

Gross commercial aircraft orders totalled 771 (2020: 383 units) with net orders of 507 aircraft after cancellations (2020: 268 aircraft). Included were the first A-350 freighter orders, confirming customer demand for this new programme. The order backlog was 7,082 commercial aircraft on 31 December 2021 (end 2020: 7,184 aircraft). 

Airbus Helicopters booked 414 net orders (2020: 268 units), achieving a book-to-bill ratio well above 1 both in terms of units and in value. These included 52 H-160s of which 30 were the first batch of H-160M military versions for France’s Joint Light Helicopter programme. 

Airbus Defence and Space’s order intake by value increased to € 13.7 billion (2020: € 11.9 billion), representing a book-to-bill ratio of around 1.3. 

Included were key orders in the Military Aircraft business such as the in-service support of the German and Spanish Eurofighter fleets as well as good export momentum for the C-295, A-330MRTT and A-400M airlifter.

The integral version of the report (ten pages, with tables) is attached to this AVIONEWS

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