AAR Cash on Hand 2010-2022 | AIR

AAR cash on hand from 2010 to 2022. Cash on hand can be defined as cash deposits at financial institutions that can immediately be withdrawn at any time, and investments maturing in one year or less that are highly liquid and therefore regarded as cash equivalents and reported with or near cash line items.
AAR Annual Cash on Hand
(Millions of US $)
2022 $59
2021 $60
2020 $425
2019 $41
2018 $42
2017 $10
2016 $31
2015 $55
2014 $89
2013 $75
2012 $68
2011 $57
2010 $79
2009 $113
AAR Quarterly Cash on Hand
(Millions of US $)
2022-11-30 $51
2022-08-31 $48
2022-05-31 $59
2022-02-28 $43
2021-11-30 $46
2021-08-31 $53
2021-05-31 $60
2021-02-28 $113
2020-11-30 $113
2020-08-31 $114
2020-05-31 $425
2020-02-29 $65
2019-11-30 $53
2019-08-31 $58
2019-05-31 $41
2019-02-28 $50
2018-11-30 $41
2018-08-31 $45
2018-05-31 $42
2018-02-28 $35
2017-11-30 $27
2017-08-31 $15
2017-05-31 $10
2017-02-28 $10
2016-11-30 $23
2016-08-31 $8
2016-05-31 $31
2016-02-29 $50
2015-11-30 $63
2015-08-31 $29
2015-05-31 $55
2015-02-28 $67
2014-11-30 $93
2014-08-31 $82
2014-05-31 $89
2014-02-28 $115
2013-11-30 $99
2013-08-31 $91
2013-05-31 $75
2013-02-28 $47
2012-11-30 $69
2012-08-31 $68
2012-05-31 $68
2012-02-29 $59
2011-11-30 $28
2011-08-31 $36
2011-05-31 $57
2011-02-28 $55
2010-11-30 $49
2010-08-31 $52
2010-05-31 $79
2010-02-28 $118
2009-11-30 $106
2009-08-31 $123
2009-05-31 $113
2009-02-28 $94
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Aerospace Aerospace and Defense Equipment $1.790B $1.820B
AAR Corp. provides various products & services to the aviation & defense industries world wide. Its principal customers are The Boeing Co. and Airbus. It has 2 business segments: Aviation Services and Expeditionary Services. The Aviation Services unit provides aftermarket support & services for the commercial aviation, and government & defense markets. It sells & leases various new, overhauled and repaired engine & airframe parts & components, and aircraft to commercial aviation and government/defense customers. It provides inventory management & distribution services, overhaul, repair and engineering services. The Expeditionary Services segment includes airlift & mobility activities. This division provides products and services for the movement of equipment and personnel by the U.S. Department of Defense, foreign governments/ non-governmental organizations. This unit also designs manufactures and installs in-plane cargo loading and handling systems for commercial aircraft, military aircraft and helicopters.
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