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Airbus Q3 Results Consistent With Previous Forecasts; Continues To Manage Logistics of the Rebound

Nicolas Owens Equity Analyst

Analyst Note

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We've maintained our EUR 149 per-share fair value estimate for Airbus ($38 for the U.S.-listed ADRs) following its third-quarter earnings release. Results were very consistent with our expectations and management reaffirmed its outlook. The company delivered 435 planes through September this year, leaving at least 260 to meet the 2022 goal of around 700. Though it will make for a very busy last few months, we think they can likely pull it off because these planes are in or nearing the very final stages of production and testing. Further, the company has a pattern of somewhat back-loaded deliveries and revenue in past years.

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Airbus is a major aerospace and defense firm. It designs, develops, and manufactures commercial and military aircraft, as well as space launch vehicles and satellites. The company operates three divisions: commercial, defense and space, and helicopters. Commercial offers aircraft ranging from narrow-body (120-200 seats) A220 and A320 series to much larger A330 and A350 wide body models. The defense and space segment supplies governments with military hardware, including transport aircraft, aerial tankers, and fighter aircraft (Eurofighter). The helicopter division manufactures turbine helicopters for the civil and public markets.

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Mendelweg 30
Leiden, ZH, 2333 CS, NLD
Industry Aerospace & Defense
Employees 131,615

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Yes. AIR has a forward dividend yield of 1.36%. See AIR’s full dividends and stock split history on the Dividend tab.
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AIR’s market cap is 87.92 Bil.
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AIR’s stock style is Large Growth.
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AIR’s price/sales is 1.57.
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AIR’s price/forward earnings is 17.64.
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AIR’s price/book is 13.63.
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AIR’s beta can be found in Trading Information at the top of this page.
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