(News Bulletin 247) – Turnover amounted to 17,569 ME, up 8.5% in 2022 compared to 2021 in total variation, and up 5.5% in organic variation, driven in particular by the dynamism of Digital Identity and Security (DIS) activities.
New orders for the 2022 financial year reached a new historic record at 23,551 ME, up 18% compared to 2021 (+16% in ‘organic’ variation, i.e. at scope and exchange rates constants).
As of December 31, 2022, the consolidated order book stood at 41.0 billion euros, a new all-time high, up by more than 6.2 billion euros over one year.
The Group posted EBIT of 1,935 ME (11.0% of revenue), compared to 1,649 ME (10.2% of revenue) in 2021, up +17% in total variation, and +16% in organic variation.
Adjusted net income, Group share is up +14% at 1,556 ME compared to 2021. Consolidated net income, Group share amounts to 1,121 ME, up +3% compared to 2021 .
This solid momentum should allow the Aerospace sector to record high-single-digit organic growth in 2023 and 2024, and to reach an EBIT margin of 8.5 to 9% in 2024, close to the level of 2019.
Net operating investments, which exceeded their 2019 level in 2022, should reach 650 ME in 2023 and 700 ME in 2024, more than 45% above the 2021 level.
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