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Dassault Aviation: 2021 first half-year results financial release


 H1 2021H1 2020
Order intake
(new aircraft in units)
€ 3,913 M

6 Rafale Greece
12 Rafale France
25 Falcon
€ 984 M

5 Falcon
Adjusted net sales (*)€ 3,107 M

13 Rafale Export
6 Falcon
€ 2,641 M

7 Rafale Export
16 Falcon
 as of June 30, 2021as of December 31, 2020
(new aircraft in units)

€ 16,703 M

67 Rafale
of which
40 Rafale France
27 Rafale Export
53 Falcon
€ 15,895 M

62 Rafale
of which
28 Rafale France
34 Rafale Export
34 Falcon
 H1 2021H1 2020
Adjusted operating income (*)

Adjusted operating margin
€ 175 M

5.6% of net sales
€ 55 M

2.1% of net sales
Research & Development€ 250 M
8.0% of net sales
€ 262 M
9.9% of net sales
Adjusted net income (*)

Adjusted net margin
€ 265 M

8.5% of net sales
€ 87 M

3.3% of net sales
 as of June 30, 2021as of December 31, 2020
Available cash€ 3,502 M€ 3,441 M

Note: Dassault Aviation recognizes Rafale Export contracts in their entirety (including the Thales and Safran parts).
Main aggregates under IFRS (see table of reconciliation below)

(*) Consolidated net sales 3,1062,646
(*) Consolidated operating income 17757
(*) Consolidated net income 21232

Saint-Cloud, July 22nd, 2021 – The Board of Directors met today under the chairmanship of Mr. Éric Trappier and approved the 2021 half year financial statements. The statutory auditors performed a limited review of these consolidated financial statements and the audit report for certification purposes is being issued.

“ The 1st half of 2021 saw contracts for the Rafale Export and Rafale France, the Falcon 6X maiden flight, the resumption of Falcon orders, the Falcon 10X reveal and its 1st orders.

In the military aircraft segment, the year began with the sale to Greece of 18 Rafale (6 new and 12 pre-owned aircraft currently in service with the French military), followed by the sale to France of 12 additional Rafale to replace the 12 pre-owned aircraft sold to Greece, bringing the total Rafale France ordered up to 192.

Egypt also signed a contract to purchase an additional 30 Rafale, bringing the number of Rafale in service in the Egyptian Air Force to 54. The contract shall enter into force upon receipt of the 1st down payment and therefore it is not included in the backlog as of June 30th, 2021.

Croatia announced that it had selected the Rafale with a view to acquiring 12 pre-owned aircraft from France.

We also continued negotiations and prospection for the Rafale.

Active discussions and negotiations for the FCAS continued during the 1st half of 2021:

  • the Joint Concept Study (JCS) launched in January 2019 is nearing completion;
  • launched in February 2020, phase 1A of the FCAS demonstrators, and the New Generation Fighte...
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