Spirit Aerosystems Holdings Gross Profit 2010-2022 | SPR

Spirit Aerosystems Holdings gross profit from 2010 to 2022. Gross profit can be defined as the profit a company makes after deducting the variable costs directly associated with making and selling its products or providing its services.
Spirit Aerosystems Holdings Annual Gross Profit
(Millions of US $)
2021 $-118
2020 $-441
2019 $1,077
2018 $1,086
2017 $788
2016 $993
2015 $1,112
2014 $1,088
2013 $-99
2012 $152
2011 $552
2010 $565
2009 $497
Spirit Aerosystems Holdings Quarterly Gross Profit
(Millions of US $)
2022-09-30 $83
2022-06-30 $-20
2022-03-31 $35
2021-12-31 $9
2021-09-30 $-56
2021-06-30 $-12
2021-03-31 $-58
2020-12-31 $-28
2020-09-30 $-97
2020-06-30 $-281
2020-03-31 $-35
2019-12-31 $202
2019-09-30 $272
2019-06-30 $293
2019-03-31 $310
2018-12-31 $301
2018-09-30 $271
2018-06-30 $290
2018-03-31 $225
2017-12-31 $282
2017-09-30 $262
2017-06-30 $-29
2017-03-31 $273
2016-12-31 $240
2016-09-30 $272
2016-06-30 $158
2016-03-31 $323
2015-12-31 $274
2015-09-30 $253
2015-06-30 $291
2015-03-31 $294
2014-12-31 $275
2014-09-30 $275
2014-06-30 $277
2014-03-31 $261
2013-12-31 $-249
2013-09-30 $115
2013-06-30 $-170
2013-03-31 $205
2012-12-31 $175
2012-09-30 $-381
2012-06-30 $184
2012-03-31 $175
2011-12-31 $152
2011-09-30 $167
2011-06-30 $111
2011-03-31 $122
2010-12-31 $152
2010-09-30 $134
2010-06-30 $136
2010-03-31 $142
2009-12-31 $134
2009-09-30 $176
2009-06-30 $38
2009-03-31 $150
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Aerospace Aerospace and Defense Equipment $3.624B $3.953B
Spirit AeroSystems Holdings, Inc. is one of the largest independent non-OEM aircraft parts designers and manufacturers of commercial aerostructures in the world. The company's core products include fuselages, pylons, nacelles and wing components. It has long-term agreements in place with our largest customers, Boeing and Airbus. Other major customers include Bell Helicopter, Bombardier, Mitsubishi, Northrop Grumman, Rolls-Royce, and Sikorsky. It is also the largest independent supplier of aerostructures to Boeing and Airbus 'the two largest aircraft OEMs globally. Aerostructures are structural components such as fuselages, propulsion systems and wing systems for commercial and military aircraft. The company also provides aftermarket services, including MRO services, through its Global Customer Support & Services organization. The company reports under three segments: Commercial, Defense & Space, Aftermarket.
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