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Tom Enders, CEO Airbus

“The nine-month results mainly reflect the good performance on the A350 and the aircraft delivery profile. Even though we delivered more aircraft than a year earlier, we still have a lot to do to meet our commitments. On the A400M, we are progressing with the military capabilities, deliveries and retrofit. The contract amendment discussions are advancing, but a bit slower than planned. Our primary operational focus remains on commercial aircraft deliveries and securing the A320neo ramp-up.”

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A global leader in aeronautics, space and related services, Airbus has a robust and diverse backlog and a clear focus on ramp-up, execution, profitability, value creation and market positioning.

We are committed to increasing shareholder returns. We target sustainable growth in our dividend, with a payout ratio of 30-40%, and have simplified our shareholder structure and increased our free float.
 

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Airbus Financial Performance H1 2018

(1) H1 2018 Average number of shares: 774,129,413 compared to 773,223,614 in H1 2017; Capitalised R&D: € 40 m in H1 2018 and € 149 m in H1 2017; 2017 figures are amended with IFRS15 restatement

Airbus key figures

€ million H1 2018 H1 2017 Change
Order Intake net (units) 206 203 1.5%
Order Book (units) 7,168 6,771 5.9%
Deliveries (units) 303 306 -1.0%
Revenues 18,546 18,182 2.0%
R&D Expenses 975 894 9.1%
EBIT Adjusted 867 257 237.4%
EBIT 773 381 102.9%

Airbus combines former Commercial Division and HQ function, excluding Transversal activities

Airbus Commercial Aircraft

Market outlook

20 Years New Deliveries of Passenger and Freighter Aircraft (units)
Investors 24 July 2018

20 Years New Deliveries of Passenger and Freighter Aircraft (units)

Passenger aircraft (≥ 100 seats) | Jet freight aircraft (>10 tonnes) Source: Airbus Global Market Forecast

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  • The world’s passenger air traffic is set to grow at 4.4% per year between 2018 and 2037 supporting strong aircraft demand.
  • 37,400 new deliveries between 2018-2037

Helicopters key figures

€ million H1 2018 H1 2017 Change
Order Intake net (value) 2,068 3,630 -43.0%
Order Book (value) 12,537 11,996 4.5%
Deliveries (units) 141 190 -25.8%
Revenues 2,388 2,716
-12.1%
R&D Expenses 147 142
3.5%
EBIT Adjusted 135 80
68.8%
EBIT 114 80 42.5%
Airbus Helicopters

Market outlook

20 Years Global Helicopter Delivery Forecast (units)
Investors 24 July 2018

20 Years Global Helicopter Delivery Forecast (units)

Source: Airbus Helicopters

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  • Civil & Parapublic demand is 40% driven by replacements essentially coming from North America & Europe and 60% driven by growth, essentially from Emerging Markets (~80%)
  • Military demand is mainly driven by budgetary and strategic considerations, as well as the need to replace ageing fleets

Defence and Space key figures

€ million H1 2018 H1 2017 Change
Order Intake net (value) 3,184 3,616
-11.9%
Order Book 36,462 38,250
-5.8%
Revenues 4,652 4,900
-5.1%
R&D Expenses 136 144
-5.6%
EBIT Adjusted 309 298
3.7%
EBIT 382 832 -54.1%
Airbus Defence and Space

Communications, Intelligence & Security

Market outlook

Defence & Space procurement & RDTE budgets* (by region in € bn, 2018 vs. 2022)
Investors 24 July 2018

Defence & Space procurement & RDTE budgets* (by region in € bn, 2018 vs. 2022)

* excluding Personnel, Operations and Maintenance some of which may be addressable Source: Airbus DS Global Market Forecast 2018

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  • Global defence and space budget in 2018 ~€1,640bn; highest level since the end of the Cold War, can be interpreted as a measured response to the volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity of the security environment
  • Annual defence procurement ca. €393bn in 2018, CAGR 2.7% to 2022
  • Annual space procurement (governmental) ca. €32bn in 2018, CAGR 2.4% until 2022

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What does it mean to be a registered shareholder?

Being a 'registered' shareholder means that Airbus is aware of your personal details, including your name. If you hold your Airbus shares through a financial intermediary, you can transfer them into the 'registered form*' and consequently be identified by Airbus. Registered shares accounts are divided into two categories:

  • Pure registered shares: your shares are held and managed directly by Airbus. So you can enjoy many advantages and services. BNP Paribas Securities Services has been commissioned by Airbus to provide 'registered share' services on behalf of Airbus and is your contact for the management of your Airbus shares
  • Administrated registered shares: your shares are held and managed by your financial intermediary but are also registered with Airbus. You get some advantages without changing your intermediary and your financial intermediary remains your contact for the management of your Airbus shares.

What are the advantages and services available for a pure registered shareholder?

  • No custodial fees and no management fees**
  • Use of the secure Planetshares website (www.planetshares.bnpparibas.com), allowing you to:
    - review your securities holdings and the current Airbus share price
    - review and update your personal detail information
    - download all useful documents for the management of your registered shares account
    - simulate stock market transactions
    - transmit your stock exchange orders in real time and monitor their execution
    - review the history of your transactions and amount of your disposals
  • A stock exchange transaction service for the purchase and sale of your Airbus shares by internet, phone, fax or mail
  • Possibility to receive by email the communication on your registered shares and all information published by Airbus to the attention of its shareholders (if the shareholder has not chosen this option, information will be sent by post)
  • Direct dividend payment
  • According to your instructions and free of charge, fulfilment of securities transactions or any other financial transactions relating to your shares during capital increases

How to contact the Airbus Securities Services?

Phone: +33 (0)1 57 43 35 00
Fax: +33 (0)1 55 77 98 61
E-mail: airbus-register@bnpparibas.com
Mail: BNP PARIBAS Securities Services
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* Your financial intermediary may charge a fee for the transfer of your shares into registered form. To find out details, you should contact the relevant intermediary.

** Brokerage fees are still due by shareholders.

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