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Q1 2022 Results Release

04 May 2022

Guillaume Faury

"These Q1 results reflect a solid performance across our commercial aircraft, helicopter and defence businesses. Our 2022 guidance is unchanged, even though the risk profile for the rest of the year has become more challenging due to the complex geopolitical and economic environment. Looking beyond 2022, we see continuing strong growth in commercial aircraft demand driven by the A320 Family. As a result we are now working with our industry partners to increase A320 Family production rates further to 75 aircraft a month in 2025. This ramp-up will benefit the aerospace industry’s global value chain."

Guillaume Faury, CEO Airbus

 2022 Event calendar

Full-Year 2021 Results Release

17 February 2022

Annual General Meeting 

12 April 2022

Q1 2022 Results Release

04 May 2022

H1 2022 Results Release

27 July  2022

Capital Market Day

22 - 23 September 2022

9m 2022 Results Release

28 October 2022

 

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Q1 2022 Revenues

Revenues

in € bn
Q1 2022 EBIT adjusted

EBIT Adjusted

in € bn / RoS (%)
Q1 2022 FCF

FCF before M&A and Customer Financing

in € bn

Key Figures

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Deliveries by Programme (Units)

External Revenue Split 

In € million Q1 2022 Q1 2021 Change
Order Intake net (units) 83 (61) N/A
Order Book (units) 7,023 6,998 0.4%
Revenues 8,541 7,272 17.5%
R&D Expenses 477 520 -8.3%
EBIT Adjusted 1,065 533 99.8%
RoS (based on EBIT adj.) 12.5% 7.3%  

 

Q1 2022 Commercial deliveries by programme

Q1 2022 Commercial deliveries by programme

Q1 2022 Commercial external revenue split

Q1 2022 Commercial external revenue split

Helicopters Key Figures

External Revenue Split

In € million Q1 2022 Q1 2021 Change
Order Intake net (units) 56 40 40.0%
Order Book (units) 756 664 13.9%
Revenues 1,265 1,177 7.5%
R&D Expenses 56 55 1.8%
EBIT Adjusted 90 62 45.2%
RoS (based on EBIT Adj.) 7.1% 5.3%  

 

Q1 2022 Helicopters external revenue split civil defence

Q1 2022 Helicopters external revenue split civil defence

Q1 2022 Helicopters external revenue split platforms services

Q1 2022 Helicopters external revenue split platforms services

Defence and Space Key Figures

External Revenue Split

In € million Q1 2022 Q1 2021 Change
Order Intake net 3,211 1,962 63.6%
Revenues 2,453 2,115 16.0%
R&D Expenses 53 47 12.8%
EBIT Adjusted 106 59 79.7%
RoS (based on EBIT Adj.) 4.3% 2.8%  

 

Q1 2022 Defence external revenue split platforms services

Q1 2022 Defence external revenue split platforms services

Q1 2022 Defence external revenue split military space

Q1 2022 Defence external revenue split military space

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