Aerospace Top 100 special report - 2012

Produced jointly by PwC and Flight International, the 15th annual Aerospace Top 100 report outlines the trends in the industry and ranks the top 100 Aerospace companies by revenues and profitability.

The main sector trend we’ve noticed this year is the beginning of a sharp difference in the outlook for companies supplying civil programmes and those reliant on military sales.

While commercial manufacturers have strong order books, the industry needs to recognise that the current round of military spending cuts is not a cyclical budget squeeze that will be reversed in time. To offset reductions in defence spending, many companies are moving in to the cyber security market, typically by buying specialist companies in the sector.

 

Explore the data from the report


Revenue and profit growth of the Aerospace Top 100 2005-2011
Revenue and profit growth of the Aerospace Top 100 2005-2011
Top 20 by operating margin 2011
Top 20 by operating margin 2011
 

Top 20 by sales growth
Top 20 by sales growth
Top 100 revenue by region
Top 100 revenue by region
 

Engines and components sales growth 2005-2011
Engines and components sales growth 2005-2011
Business aircraft 2005-2011
Business aircraft 2005-2011
 

Regional aircraft 2005-2011
Regional aircraft 2005-2011
Airliners 2005-2011
Airliners 2005-2011
 

Defence Aerospace sales growth 2005-2011
Defence Aerospace sales growth 2005-2011