Airbus and Boeing at a Crossroads

Airbus and Boeing at a Crossroads

  • June 2016 •
  • 61 pages •
  • Report ID: 4109122 •
  • Format: PDF
Selected Analysis of a Commercial Aerospace Duopoly

This market insight is an addition to Frost & Sullivan’s growing focus on commercial aerospace. It complements the commercial aerospace benchmark, our quarterly review, as well as the commercial aerospace outlook report, while focusing on the main OEMs, namely, Airbus and Boeing. The insight not only discusses both companies’ financial and programme performance at the corporate level but also at the segment level (that is, narrowbody, widebody, and very large aircraft). In addition, Frost & Sullivan’s vision regarding the short-term competition of these 2 firms is also detailed, thereby offering more visibility on this famous duopoly industry.

Airbus Group
Financial Highlights, Global, 20XX
Revenue $XX
Operating Income $XX
Net Income $XX
Operating Margin XX%
Profitability Margin XX%
Self-funded R&D as a % of Revenue XX%
Employee Count XX
Headquarters Leiden, the Netherlands

Major M&A Activities
2016: Airbus continues its series of disposal with the sale of its defence electronics business to KKR for more than $XX.