Air Lease Revenue 2011-2022 | AL

Air Lease revenue from 2011 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.
Air Lease Annual Revenue
(Millions of US $)
2021 $2,088
2020 $2,015
2019 $2,017
2018 $1,680
2017 $1,516
2016 $1,419
2015 $1,223
2014 $1,050
2013 $859
2012 $656
2011 $337
2010 $58
Air Lease Quarterly Revenue
(Millions of US $)
2022-06-30 $558
2022-03-31 $597
2021-12-31 $597
2021-09-30 $525
2021-06-30 $492
2021-03-31 $475
2020-12-31 $489
2020-09-30 $494
2020-06-30 $521
2020-03-31 $511
2019-12-31 $549
2019-09-30 $531
2019-06-30 $471
2019-03-31 $466
2018-12-31 $450
2018-09-30 $451
2018-06-30 $398
2018-03-31 $381
2017-12-31 $398
2017-09-30 $377
2017-06-30 $381
2017-03-31 $360
2016-12-31 $370
2016-09-30 $355
2016-06-30 $350
2016-03-31 $343
2015-12-31 $327
2015-09-30 $313
2015-06-30 $305
2015-03-31 $278
2014-12-31 $286
2014-09-30 $262
2014-06-30 $256
2014-03-31 $246
2013-12-31 $243
2013-09-30 $216
2013-06-30 $208
2013-03-31 $192
2012-12-31 $190
2012-09-30 $175
2012-06-30 $158
2012-03-31 $133
2011-12-31 $115
2011-09-30 $92
2011-06-30 $74
2011-03-31 $55
2010-12-31 $37
2010-09-30 $20
2010-06-30 $2
2010-03-31
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Transportation Transportation - Equipment & Leasing $4.190B $2.088B
Air Lease Corp., being a leading aircraft leasing company, purchases commercial aircraft directly from the manufacturers & leases them to its airline customers across the globe. The company works with The Boeing Company and Airbus S.A.S. It also sells planes to other leasing companies, financial services and corporate airline entities. It also provides investors and owners with fleet management services and charges a management fee in return. Air Lease reduces the risks of lessee defaults and adverse economic conditions by diversifying its operating lease portfolio. Its operating performance depends on growth of its fleet, the terms of its leases, interest rates on its debt and the aggregate amount of its indebtedness alongside gains from aircraft sales, trading activities and management fees. The company's debt financing strategy is aimed at raising unsecured debt with minimal usage of export credit or any other secured financing variant. The company entered into a joint venture with Blackbird Capital I LLC.
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