Airbus reports €65 billion in revenue for 2023

Airbus A321XLR Complete
Airbus A321XLR Complete

Airbus has reported its final year results for 2023 showing revenues of €65.4 billion (EBIT adjusted €5.8bn) across the year with strong performances from commercial airliners and helicopters.

Across the period Airbus delivered 735 commercial aircraft and received orders for 2,319 new airliners growing its order backlog to 8,598 aircraft.

Airbus Helicopters received orders for 383 aircraft.

Airbus Space and Defence also saw revenues increase by 15% representing €15.7 of the overall revenue.

“In 2023 we recorded strong order intake across all our businesses and we delivered on our commitments. This was a significant achievement given the complexity of the operating environment,” said Guillaume Faury, Airbus Chief Executive Officer. “We will continue to invest in our global industrial system, while progressing on our transformation and decarbonisation journey. Our dividend proposals are a reflection of the strong 2023 financials, our growth prospects in 2024 and balance sheet strength.”

Airbus A350 (Image UK Aviation Media)
Airbus A350 (Image UK Aviation Media)

Looking forward to 2024 Airbus plans to increase wide-body production to 4 A330s per month this year, 10 A350s per month by 2026.

A220 production will also continue to ramped to 14 aircraft per month by 2026.

Airbus’ most popular family line, the A320 family, will see production hit 75 per month across all the final assembly network by 2026.

Airbus is targeting 800 commercial aircraft deliveries in 2024.

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