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Q1 2018 Earnings Release  

Q1 2018 Earnings Release

27 April 2018

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Airbus Investor Meeting  

Airbus Investor Meeting

Farnborough, 18 July 2018, 8am – 11:30am UK time

Tom Enders

Tom Enders is CEO of Airbus

Tom Enders, CEO Airbus

“The first quarter performance reflects the shortage of A320neo engines and back-loaded aircraft deliveries as we indicated in the full-year disclosure. This is clearly shown in the financials. It’s a challenging situation for all but based on the confidence expressed by the engine makers and their ability to deliver on commitments, we can confirm our full-year outlook. This still leaves us with plenty to do this year to reach the target of around 800 commercial aircraft deliveries.”

Financial Results and Annual Reports

Financial Results and Annual Reports

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Events & Presentations

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Why invest?

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 at a glance

Airbus Key Financials FY2017 AR
Airbus Order Book Region FY17 AR

2017 figures not restated for IFRS 15.
(1) Contributions from commercial aircraft activities to Order Intake and Order Book based on list prices.
(2) Airbus continues to use the term Net Income. It is identical to Profit for the period attributable to equity owners of the parent as defined by IFRS Rules.

Airbus key figures

€ million 2017* 2016 Change
Order Intake (net) 143,361 114,938
+24.7%
Order Book 950,354 1,010,200
-5.9%
Revenues 50,958 49,237
+3.5%
R&D Expenses 2,011 2,147
-6.3%
EBIT Adjusted 3,554 2,811
+26.4%

*   2017 figures not restated for IFRS 15.

Airbus CA FY17 AR Charts

Market outlook

20 Years New Deliveries
23 March 2018

20 Years New Deliveries

  • The world’s passenger air traffic is set to grow at 4.4% per year between 2017 and 2036 supporting strong aircraft demand.
  • 34,899 new deliveries between 2017-2036
  • Single-aisle: 71% of units, Wide-bodies: 54% of value

Helicopters key figures

€ million 2017* 2016 Change
Order Intake (net) 6,544 6,057
+8.0%
Order Book 11,201 11,269
-0.6%
Revenues 6,450 6,652
-3.0%
R&D Expenses 306 327
-6.4%
EBIT Adjusted 337 350
-3.8%

*   2017 figures not restated for IFRS 15.

Airbus H FY17 AR Charts

Market outlook

20 Years Global Helicopter Delivery Forecast Units
26 March 2018

20 Years Global Helicopter Delivery Forecast Units

  • 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 2017* 2016 Change
Order Intake (net) 8,893 15,393
-42.2%
Order Book 37,407 41,499
-9.9%
Revenues 10,804 11,854
-8.9%
R&D Expenses 322 332
-3.0%
EBIT Adjusted 872 1,002
-13.0%

*   2017 figures not restated for IFRS 15.

Airbus DS FY17 AR Charts

Market outlook

Defence Procurement RDTE Budgets Top Down
26 March 2018

Defence Procurement RDTE Budgets Top Down

  • Global Defence Procurement in 2017 ca. €370bn with forecast growth of 2.7% p.a. out to 2021. Governmental Space Procurement in 2017 ca. €36bn with forecast growth of 2.4% p.a. out to 2021
  • Evolving security threats and big data require increasing data analytics and cyber protection. Demand for autonomy and Unmanned Systems is driving the UAS market and potential for drones and related services

Latest news

Airbus reports First Quarter (Q1) 2018 results, confirms guidance

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Airbus shareholders approve all resolutions at 2018 AGM

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Airbus provides restated 2017 figures for IFRS 15 and new segment reporting

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Full-Year 2017 results: Airbus overachieved on all key performance indicators

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Airbus reports Nine-Month (9m) 2017 results

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Airbus and Bombardier Announce C Series Partnership

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Airbus reports Half-Year (H1) 2017 results

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Airbus reports First Quarter (Q1) 2017 results

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Airbus shareholders approve all resolutions at 2017 AGM

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Airbus places U.S. $ 1.5 billion in U.S. dollar bonds

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Ad-hoc release, 16 March 2017: Airbus to cooperate with France’s Parquet National Financier in preliminary investigation

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Individual shareholders

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How to become a shareholder

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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