French navy and enterprise jet producer Dassault Aviation has reported annual adjusted internet gross sales of $7.84bn (€7.23bn), in 2021.
The determine represents an almost 32% enhance, in comparison with the €5.48bn reported in 2020.
The corporate’s order consumption totalled €12.08bn, in comparison with €3.46bn in 2020.
The defence order consumption amounted to €9.16bn. Final yr, the determine was €1.55bn.
Adjusted working revenue elevated from €261m, in 2020, to €527m in 2021 whereas adjusted internet revenue rose practically 75% on a year-on-year foundation, to €693m.
As of 31 December 2021, the order backlog was €20.76bn.
Final yr, the corporate obtained orders for 49 new Rafale jets, bringing the backlog to a complete of 86 new jets, together with 46 items for export.
It additionally signed a contract to ship 80 Rafale plane to the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Dassault Aviation chairman and CEO Éric Trappier stated: “For Dassault Aviation, 2021 was a great yr for each civil aviation and navy sectors, with an distinctive order consumption of 100 plane, 49 Rafale and 51 Falcon, and internet gross sales of €7.2 billion.
“As well as, the group delivered 30 Falcon, in contrast with the steering of 25, and 25 Rafale, in keeping with the steering.”
As of 31 December 2021, the corporate has roughly €4.87bn in accessible money.
The Dassault Aviation board has additionally determined to suggest a dividend distribution of €2.49 per share this yr, totalling €208m.
Final yr, Dassault Aviation joined CNRS and European universities to launch a joint analysis laboratory, Progressive Practical Supplies for Aviation (MOLIERE).