AAR Total Assets 2010-2022 | AIR

AAR total assets from 2010 to 2022. Total assets can be defined as the sum of all assets on a company's balance sheet.
AAR Annual Total Assets
(Millions of US $)
2022 $1,574
2021 $1,540
2020 $2,079
2019 $1,517
2018 $1,525
2017 $1,504
2016 $1,456
2015 $1,454
2014 $2,194
2013 $2,137
2012 $2,196
2011 $1,704
2010 $1,500
2009 $1,376
AAR Quarterly Total Assets
(Millions of US $)
2022-08-31 $1,599
2022-05-31 $1,574
2022-02-28 $1,552
2021-11-30 $1,530
2021-08-31 $1,536
2021-05-31 $1,540
2021-02-28 $1,643
2020-11-30 $1,669
2020-08-31 $1,714
2020-05-31 $2,079
2020-02-29 $1,829
2019-11-30 $1,755
2019-08-31 $1,683
2019-05-31 $1,517
2019-02-28 $1,547
2018-11-30 $1,604
2018-08-31 $1,538
2018-05-31 $1,525
2018-02-28 $1,512
2017-11-30 $1,544
2017-08-31 $1,532
2017-05-31 $1,504
2017-02-28 $1,502
2016-11-30 $1,487
2016-08-31 $1,427
2016-05-31 $1,456
2016-02-29 $1,522
2015-11-30 $1,535
2015-08-31 $1,547
2015-05-31 $1,454
2015-02-28 $2,134
2014-11-30 $2,228
2014-08-31 $2,205
2014-05-31 $2,194
2014-02-28 $2,213
2013-11-30 $2,156
2013-08-31 $2,129
2013-05-31 $2,137
2013-02-28 $2,217
2012-11-30 $2,189
2012-08-31 $2,170
2012-05-31 $2,196
2012-02-29 $2,220
2011-11-30 $1,822
2011-08-31 $1,752
2011-05-31 $1,704
2011-02-28 $1,656
2010-11-30 $1,557
2010-08-31 $1,533
2010-05-31 $1,500
2010-02-28 $1,325
2009-11-30 $1,318
2009-08-31 $1,344
2009-05-31 $1,376
2009-02-28 $1,399
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Aerospace Aerospace and Defense Equipment $1.630B $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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Moog (MOG.A) United States $2.810B 15.90
Spirit Aerosystems Holdings (SPR) United States $2.714B 0.00
Triumph (TGI) United States $0.768B 14.95
Ducommun (DCO) United States $0.620B 16.10
Kaman (KAMN) United States $0.572B 16.19
Park Aerospace (PKE) United States $0.279B 37.89