Boeing segmentwise revenue

Segmentwise revenue of Boeing 2015-2021

Amounts are in millions.

YearCommercial Airplanes Defense, Space & Security Global ServicesBoeing Capital Unallocated items, eliminations and otherTotal
2021$19,493$26,540$16,328$272$(347)$62,286
2020$16,162$26,257$15,543$261$(65)$58,158
2019$32,255 $26,095$18,468$244$(503)$76,559
2018 $57,499 $26,300 $17,056 274$(2) $101,127
2017 $54,612$23,938 $14,611 $307$537 $94,005
2016 $59,378 20,180 13,819 298(179) $93,496
2015 $59,399 23,70813,293  413(699) $96,114

 

Boeing is one of the world's leading aerospace firms. Its business is divided into four operating segments that include :

  • Commercial Airplanes (BCA);
  • Defense, Space & Security ( BDS );
  • Global Services ( BGS );
  • Boeing Capital ( BCC ).

2021: While commercial airplanes have historically been the main source of revenues for Boeing, the company has experienced a decline in its net sales from commerical airplanes over the last three years. Its revenues from defense, space and security segment has remained stable in comparison.

In 2021, the company generated $19.5 billion from the sales of commercial airplanes and $26.54 billion from the defense, space and security segment. Its net revenues from the global services segment remained $16.33 billion in 2021 compared to $15.54 billion in the previous year. Boeing's total net revenue in 2021 remained $62.3 billion compared to $58.16 billion in 2020.

2018: Commercial airplanes are the leading source of revenue for Boeing accounting for almost 57% of its revenue in 2018. Boeing's revenue from the commerceial airplanes segment increased to $57,499 million in 2018 from $54,612 million in 2017. Total revenue of Boeing in 2018 was $101.13 Billion in 2018.