BBA Aviation, a multinational British aerospace services company, has been around since 1879. This huge corporation is listed on the London Stock Exchange and generates $2,219.6 million in annual revenue. Of that, $200.1 million is operating income. The company employs over 12,000 people at over 200 locations around the world, with significant operations in the USA. It has also expanded operations into Europe, along with Asia, South America, and Africa. However, even with the company’s international presence, BBA Aviation has been feeling the pinch as of late as a result of stagnant sales.
It was only recently that BBA Aviation’s revenue from flight support has begun to climb again, an increase of about 14% over the past several months of 2014. There is a direct correlation to the recovery in business and general aviation in North America. North American sales have increased by about 4%, providing some much needed relief for BBA Aviation’s flight support division. Sales in Europe, in direct correlation with business trends, have still been stagnant. However, sales from aftermarket services such as Dallas Airmotive, Premier Turbines, H+S Aviation, and Ontic have still been relatively flat.
Despite recent setbacks, BBA Aviation remains one of the premier providers of flight support and aftermarket services and systems for the aerospace industry. Their two main business groups are Flight Support and Aftermarket Services and Systems. They also operate FBO locations at airports around the world, which offer a variety of aircraft handling, refueling, and passenger amenities for business and general aviation.
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