Airbus

Airbus SE is a European multinational aerospace corporation. Airbus SE is a parent holding company with no production activity. Industrial activity is conducted through subsidiaries such Airbus SAS and... Wikipedia

  • Formerly called:  Parent company, European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company NV (2000–2014), Airbus Group NV (2014–2015), Airbus Group SE (2015–2017) Subsidiary, Airbus Industrie GIE (1970–2001), Airbus SAS (2001–2017)
  • Type:  Public
  • Traded as:  Euronext: AIR, BMAD: AIR, FWB, CAC 40 component, Euro Stoxx 50 component, DAX component
  • ISIN:  [ NL0000235190]
  • Industry:  Aerospace, defence
  • Predecessor:  Aérospatiale, CASA, DASA, Matra
  • Founded:  December 18, 1970 (as Airbus Industrie GIE)
  • Founder:  Roger Béteille, Felix Kracht, Henri Ziegler, Franz Josef Strauss
  • Area served:  Worldwide
  • Key people:  Guillaume Faury (CEO), René Obermann (Chairman)
  • Products:  military aircraft, civilian airliners, helicopters, missiles, rockets
  • Revenue:  €58.76 billion(2022)
  • Operating income:  €5.33 billion(2022)
  • Total assets:  €115.94 billion(2022)
  • Total equity:  €12.98 billion(2022)
  • Number of employees:  126,495(2021)
  • Divisions:  Airbus Defence and Space, Airbus Helicopters
  • Subsidiaries:  Airbus SAS, Airbus Canada Limited Partnership, Airbus Defence and Space GmbH, Airbus Defence and Space SAU, Airbus Group, Inc, Airbus Corporate Jets, ArianeGroup (50%), ATR (50%), Eurofighter (46%), MBDA (37.5%), NAVBLUE, Panavia Aircraft (42.5%), Stelia Aerospace, Testia
  • Data source:  DuckDuckGo