Revenue Voronezh Aircraft Company (VACO) in 2012 increased almost four-fold in comparison to the year 2011, to 8.8 billion rubles, from the accounting records of the company.
Revenue growth is associated with an increase in revenues from sales of aircraft. In particular, the company last year managed to get from the sale of the An-148 is 3.1 billion rubles (growth for the year three times.) Recall that in 2012 VASO transferred airlines "Angara" three aircraft of this type. From the sale of the Il-96-300 plant was 3.24 billion rubles, of IL-96-400T — 1.03 billion rubles. In the previous year, sales of these aircraft types in the financial statements have not been recorded. Presented revenue from maintenance for the year almost unchanged at less than 200 million rubles. Revenues from the production of components and assemblies made up 946 million rubles, which is 200 million rubles lower than the results of last year.
Cost of sales due to the increase in the number of aircraft sold tripled to 9.7 billion rubles.
In this case the plant for a year and did not manage to get out of losses — in 2012 ended with a measure of 1.2 billion rubles, which is slightly lower than the results in 2011.
"VASO" was founded in 1932. Part of the United Aircraft Corporation (JSC "UAC"). Produces a wide-body aircraft IL-96-300, Il-96-400T, short-haul aircraft An-148. In the framework of cooperation VASO manufactures components and assemblies for domestic aircraft Sukhoi SuperJet 100, the European consortium Airbus, An-148/An-158 Ukrainian assembly, Il-476.