AAR Revenue 2010-2022 | AIR

AAR revenue from 2010 to 2022. Revenue can be defined as the amount of money a company receives from its customers in exchange for the sales of goods or services. Revenue is the top line item on an income statement from which all costs and expenses are subtracted to arrive at net income.
AAR Annual Revenue
(Millions of US $)
2022 $1,820
2021 $1,652
2020 $2,072
2019 $2,052
2018 $1,748
2017 $1,591
2016 $1,525
2015 $1,621
2014 $1,709
2013 $1,808
2012 $2,065
2011 $1,805
2010 $1,352
2009 $1,381
AAR Quarterly Revenue
(Millions of US $)
2022-08-31 $446
2022-05-31 $476
2022-02-28 $452
2021-11-30 $437
2021-08-31 $455
2021-05-31 $438
2021-02-28 $410
2020-11-30 $404
2020-08-31 $401
2020-05-31 $417
2020-02-29 $553
2019-11-30 $561
2019-08-31 $542
2019-05-31 $539
2019-02-28 $553
2018-11-30 $493
2018-08-31 $466
2018-05-31 $474
2018-02-28 $456
2017-11-30 $421
2017-08-31 $398
2017-05-31 $355
2017-02-28 $407
2016-11-30 $424
2016-08-31 $405
2016-05-31 $295
2016-02-29 $412
2015-11-30 $432
2015-08-31 $387
2015-05-31 $443
2015-02-28 $380
2014-11-30 $403
2014-08-31 $395
2014-05-31 $254
2014-02-28 $400
2013-11-30 $541
2013-08-31 $515
2013-05-31 $224
2013-02-28 $520
2012-11-30 $513
2012-08-31 $551
2012-05-31 $563
2012-02-29 $534
2011-11-30 $482
2011-08-31 $486
2011-05-31 $502
2011-02-28 $458
2010-11-30 $441
2010-08-31 $404
2010-05-31 $381
2010-02-28 $301
2009-11-30 $329
2009-08-31 $342
2009-05-31 $328
2009-02-28 $339
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Aerospace Aerospace and Defense Equipment $1.669B $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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Teledyne Technologies (TDY) United States $20.023B 24.00
Heico (HEI.A) United States $17.514B 51.91
Curtiss-Wright (CW) United States $6.909B 23.70
CAE Inc (CAE) Canada $6.662B 36.14
Hexcel (HXL) United States $5.223B 59.66
Aerojet Rocketdyne Holdings (AJRD) United States $4.395B 35.90
Spirit Aerosystems Holdings (SPR) United States $2.884B 0.00
Moog (MOG.A) United States $2.800B 15.84
Moog (MOG.B) United States $2.797B 15.82
Triumph (TGI) United States $0.775B 15.10
Ducommun (DCO) United States $0.626B 16.27
Kaman (KAMN) United States $0.587B 16.62
Park Aerospace (PKE) United States $0.273B 37.06