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9m 2022 Results Release

28 October 2022

Guillaume Faury

Airbus delivered a solid nine-month 2022 financial performance in a complex operating environment. The supply chain remains fragile resulting from the cumulative impact of COVID, the war in Ukraine, energy supply issues and constrained labour markets. Our strong focus on cash flow and the favourable dollar/euro environment have enabled us to raise our free cash flow guidance for 2022. The commercial aircraft delivery and earnings targets are maintained. Our teams are focused on our key priorities and in particular, delivering the commercial aircraft ramp-up over the coming months and years.

 
Guillaume Faury, CEO Airbus

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Airbus 9m 2022 Revenues

Revenues

in € bn
Airbus 9m 2022 EBIT Adjusted

EBIT Adjusted

in € bn / RoS (%)
Airbus 9m 2022 FCF

FCF before M&A and Customer Financing

in € bn

Key Figures

Airbus Key Figures

Deliveries by Programme (Units)

External Revenue Split 

In € million 9m 2022 9m 2021 Change
Order Intake net (units) 647 133 386.5%
Order Book (units) 7,294 6,894 5.8%
Revenues 26,654 24,618 8.3%
R&D Expenses 1,618 1,584 2.1%
EBIT Adjusted 2,875 2,739 5.0%
RoS (based on EBIT adj.) 10.8% 11.1%  

 

Airbus 9m 2022 Commercial deliveries by programme

Airbus 9m 2022 Commercial deliveries by programme

Airbus 9m 2022 Commercial external revenue split

Airbus 9m 2022 Commercial external revenue split

Helicopters Key Figures

External Revenue Split

In € million 9m 2022 9m 2021 Change
Order Intake net (units) 246 185 33.0%
Order Book (units) 792 654 21.1%
Revenues 4,515 4,137 9.1%
R&D Expenses 178 177 0.6%
EBIT Adjusted 380 314 21.0%
RoS (based on EBIT Adj.) 8.4% 7.6%  

 

Airbus 9m 2022 Helicopters external revennue split civil - defence

Airbus 9m 2022 Helicopters external revennue split civil - defence

Airbus 9m 2022 Helicopters external revenue split platforms - services

Airbus 9m 2022 Helicopters external revenue split platforms - services

Defence and Space Key Figures

External Revenue Split

In € million 9m 2022 9m 2021 Change
Order Intake net 7,991 10,134 -21.1%
Revenues 7,593 6,881 10.3%
R&D Expenses 180 169 6.5%
EBIT Adjusted 231 284 -18.7%
RoS (based on EBIT Adj.) 3.0% 4.1%  

 

Airbus 9m 2022 DS External revenue split military - space- connected

Airbus 9m 2022 DS External revenue split military - space- connected

Airbus 9m 2022 DS external revenue split - platforms - services

Airbus 9m 2022 DS external revenue split - platforms - services

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