Leading Aerospace, Aviation and Defense Companies: Capabilities, Goals and Strategies

This report is part of the Competitive Analysis Series prepared to help current suppliers and potential market entrants realistically assess their financial, technological and marketing capabilities in relation to the leading competitors.

The series includes current assessments of more than 1,000 companies worldwide. Depending on the companys business nature and structure, the assessments include all or some of the following analyses: Organization and Management, Acquisitions and Divestitures, Facilities and Employees, Research and Development, Technological Know-How, Key Products, Marketing Capabilities, Financial Results, Strengths and Weaknesses, and Strategic Directions.

Market Overview
- Growth forecasts by segment and region
- Defense spending
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Commercial aircraft sector
- Air travel demand
- Passenger traffic forecast
- Aircraft production
- Global commercial aircraft demand
- Global security threats and cyber-attacks
- DoD budget and defense products
- India defense sector
- China defense sector
- Japan defense sector
- Middle East defense sector
- UK defense sector
- France defense sector
- Europe defense sector
Airbus
- Overview
- Story of transformation
- Senior management
- Know-how
- High customer switching costs
- Efficient scale
- Entrenched position in Europe
- Secure position within top three
- Helicopters business
- Backlog
- Transport aircrafts
- International corruption probe
- Divestitures
- Management changes
BAE Systems
- Overview
- UK market
- US market
- F-35 Lightning II Program
- Competitive position
- Relationship with the British government
- Dominating U.S. land combat vertical markets
- Platforms and services
- Cyber and intelligence systems
- Board of directors and senior management
Boeing
- Overview
- Commercial aircraft
- 2016 acquisitions
- Services business
- KLX acquisition
- Wide-body and narrow-body markets
- 777X program
- Senior management and the Board
GE Aviation
- Overview
- GEs crown jewel
- Wide-body and narrow-body space
- Razor-and-blade model
- Engines and associated equipment customer integration
- Powers and renewables
- GE Capital liability
- Reputation for quality and service
- Latest senior management changes
Leonardo
- Overview
- Completed portfolio restructuring and divestitures
- Kuwait and Qatar contracts
- Helicopter business
- EDS division
- Strengths and Know-how
- Competition
- Service revenue
- Aeronautics division
- Simulation and training courses
- International space programs
- Five-year revenue forecast
- Senior management and the Board
Lockheed Martin
- Overview
- Aeronautics segment
- Rotary and mission systems
- Missiles, fire control and space systems
- Franchise programs
- Governmental regulatory know-how
- Leadership position in combat aircraft, missiles, and helicopters
- F-35 program
- Sikorsky helicopters
- Senior management
Northrop Grumman
- Overview
- Aerospace systems
- Mission systems
- Technology services
- Innovation systems /Orbital ATK acquisition
- Mix shift toward cost-plus programs
- Engineering expertise
- F-35, B-2, and B-21 programs
- Senior management
Raytheon
- Overview
- Mergers and acquisitions of the late 1990s
- Engineering strength and product knowledge
- Integrated defense systems segment
- Patriot missile defense system
- Space and airborne systems segment
- Radars and airborne processors
- Intelligence, information, and services segment
- Forcepoint business
- Management team
Safran
- Overview
- Aerospace propulsion division
- Significant investments in R&D
- Leading position in narrow-body market
- GE joint venture
- Second-largest manufacturer of braking systems and engine nacelles
- Strong competitive positions in civil and military aerospace
- Aftermarket maintenance and repair
- Aircraft equipment segment
- Zodiac Aerospace acquisition
- Senior management and the Board
United Technologies
- Overview
- Pratt & Whitney division
- Rockwell Collins acquisition
- GTF engines
- Otis business
- Climate, controls, and security business
- Aerospace businesses
- Expanding aerospace systems service business
- CCS HVAC/Carrier business
- Fire and security products
- Rockwell acquisition
- Senior management and portfolio review
Table 1: Airbus Sales and Operating Profit Growth
Table 2: Airbus Estimated Worldwide Sales by Division
Table 3: Airbus Estimated Worldwide Sales by Geographic Region
Table 4: BAE Systems Sales and Operating Profit Growth
Table 5: BAE Systems Estimated Worldwide Sales by Division
Table 6: BAE Systems Estimated Worldwide Sales by Country
Table 7: Boeing Sales and Operating Profit Growth
Table 8: Boeing Estimated Worldwide Sales by Division
Table 9: Boeing Estimated Worldwide Sales by Country
Table 10: GE Aviation Sales and Operating Profit Growth
Table 11: GE Aviation Estimated Worldwide Sales by Division
Table 12: GE Aviation Sales and Operating Profit Growth
Table 13: GE Aviation Estimated Worldwide Sales by Geographic Region
Table 14: Leonardo Sales and Operating Profit Growth
Table 15: Leonardo Estimated Worldwide Sales by Division
Table 16: Leonardo Estimated Worldwide Sales by Geographic Region
Table 17: Lockheed Martin Sales and Operating Profit Growth
Table 18: Lockheed Martin Estimated Worldwide Sales by Division
Table 19: Lockheed Martin Estimated Worldwide Sales by Customer Category
Table 20: Northrop Grumman Sales and Operating Profit Growth
Table 21: Northrop Grumman Estimated Worldwide Sales by Division
Table 22: Northrop Grumman Estimated Worldwide Sales by Customer Category
Table 23: Raytheon Sales and Operating Profit Growth
Table 24: Raytheon Estimated Worldwide Sales by Division
Table 25: Raytheon Estimated Worldwide Sales by Customer Category
Table 26: Safran Sales and Operating Profit Growth
Table 27: Safran Estimated Worldwide Sales by Division
Table 28: Safran Estimated Worldwide Sales by Geographic Region
Table 29: United Technologies Sales and Operating Profit Growth
Table 30: United Technologies Estimated Worldwide Sales by Division
Table 31: United Technologies Estimated Worldwide Sales by Geographic Region

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