Airplanes and helicopters. Airbus reports nine-month (9m) 2017 results -SPECIALS AVIONEWS
Amsterdam, Holland - Engine delays impact 9m data
Airbus reports nine-month (9m) 2017 results. The highlights: • Revenues €43bn; EBIT Adjusted €1.8bn; EBIT (reported) €2.3bn; EPS (reported) €2.39 • Commercial aircraft market healthy, robust backlog supports ramp-up plans • Engine delays impact 9m results, focus on fourth quarter deliveries and ramp-up • 2017 guidance confirmed. Airbus SE reported ninemonth 2017 financial results and confirmed its guidance for the full year. Order intake totalled € 50.8 billion (9m 2016: € 73.2 billion) with the order book valued at € 945 billion as of 30 September 2017 (year-end 2016: € 1,060 billion). A total of 271 net commercial aircraft orders were received (9m 2016: 380 aircraft), with the order backlog comprising 6,691 aircraft at the end of September. Net helicopter orders totalled 210 units (9m 2016: 211 units), including 14 H-175s in the third quarter. At Defence and Space, the good order momentum continued in Military Aircraft with five A-330 MRTTs booked in total for Germany and Norway in the third quarter. The overall order intake at the division was impacted by perimeter changes from portfolio reshaping and the slow telecommunications satellite market. It is possible to see the integral version of the report (12 pages) in the "Specials" section on the left side of the AVIONEWS home-page.
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