With a presence in more than 25 countries and employing approximately 35,000 people, Textron is strategically positioned to provide integrated product solutions and services to customers around the globe.

We recognize that our growth depends on having a global mindset, with the acumen to recognize new opportunities: the opportunity to be on the ground in emerging, profitable markets; the opportunity to work with an indigenous and skilled workforce; the opportunity to better serve our global customers; and the opportunity to leverage the cost benefits of being both an efficient global supplier for our customers and working with a competitive supply base.

We are expanding our international operations, growing our sales and distribution capabilities in Central and Eastern Europe as well as in India, China, the Middle East and Central and South America, where long-term growth prospects are strong. Offices and manufacturing plants have been established in the most strategic areas, bringing us closer to customers in the markets we serve.



Textron Aviation is home to the Beechcraft® and Cessna® aircraft brands and is a leader in general aviation through two principal product lines: aircraft and aftermarket parts and services. Aircraft includes sales of business jets, turboprop and military trainer and defense aircraft and piston engine aircraft. Aftermarket parts and services includes commercial parts sales and maintenance, inspection and repair service.

  • Textron Aviation's total revenues in 2023 were $5.3 billon (Aircraft: $3.5 billion | Aftermarket parts and services:$1.8 billion).
  • Textron Aviation's share of Textron 2023 revenues was 39.3%.
  • The family of business jets currently offered by Textron Aviation includes the Cessna Citation M2 Gen2, Citation CJ3 Gen2, Citation CJ4 Gen2, Citation XLS Gen2, Citation Latitude and the Citation Longitude. Textron Aviation’s turboprop aircraft include the Beechcraft King Air 260, King Air 30ER and King Air 360, and the Cessna Caravan, Grand Caravan EX and SkyCourier. 
  • In addition, Textron Aviation's military trainer and defense aircraft include the Beechcraft T-6 trainer, which has been used to train pilots from more than 40 countries, and the AT-6 light attack military aircraft, which has achieved military type certification from the U.S. Air Force. Textron Aviation also offers piston engine aircraft including the Beechcraft Baron G58 and Bonanza G36, and the Cessna Skyhawk, Skylane, Turbo Skylane, and Turbo Stationair HD.
  • In support of its family of aircraft, Textron Aviation operates a global network of more than 20 service centers, two of which are co-located with Bell, along with more than 300 authorized independent service centers located throughout the world. Textron Aviation-owned service centers provide customers with 24-hour service and maintenance. Textron Aviation also provides its customers with around-the-clock parts support and offers a mobile support program with over 80 mobile service units. 
  • Able Aerospace Services, Inc., a subsidiary of Textron Aviation, provides component and maintenance, repair and overhaul services in support of commercial and military fixed- and rotor-wing aircraft.
  • Textron Aviation is developing the Citation Ascend, a high-performance midsize business Aet, which is expected to enter into service in 2025. The Beechcraft Denali, a high-performance single engine turboprop aircraft also under development, achieved its first flight in November 2021 and is in the certification process with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The Denali will be powered by an engine expected to be up to 20% more efficient than similarly sized engines. 

For more information about Textron Aviation, contact:

Textron Aviation
One Cessna Blvd.
Wichita, KS 67215, U.S.A.
+1 (316) 517-6000


Bell is a leading supplier of helicopters, tiltrotor aircraft and related spare parts and services. Bell supplies military helicopters and tiltrotors to the U.S. Government and
non-U.S. military customers and supplies commercially certified helicopters to corporate, private, law enforcement, utility, public safety, emergency medical and other helicopter
operators. Bell provides support and service for an installed base of approximately 13,000 helicopters.

  • Bell's total revenues for 2023 were $3.1 billion (Military aircraft and support programs: $1.7 billion | Commercial: $1.4 billion).
  • Bell's share of Textron 2023 revenues was 23%.
  • Bell supplies advanced military helicopters and provides parts and support services to the U.S. Government and to military customers outside the United States. Bell’s primary U.S. Government programs are for the production and support of V-22 tiltrotor aircraft, primarily for the U.S. Department of Defense, and H-1 helicopters for the U.S. Marine Corps. Bell is one of the leading suppliers of helicopters to the U.S. Government and, in association with The Boeing Company, the only supplier of military tiltrotor aircraft. Tiltrotor aircraft are designed to provide the benefits of both helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft. The H-1 helicopter program includes autility model, the UH-1Y, and an advanced attack model, the AH-1Z, which have 84% parts commonality between them. Under the U.S. Government-sponsored foreign military sales program, Bell offers its V-22 tiltrotor aircraft and H-1 helicopter products for sale to other countries.
  • Through its commercial business, Bell is a leading supplier of commercially certified helicopters and support to corporate, private, law enforcement, utility, public safety and emergency medical helicopter operators, and U.S. and foreign governments. Bell produces a variety of commercial aircraft types, including light single- and twin-engine helicopters and medium twin-engine
    helicopters, along with other related products. The commercial helicopters currently offered by Bell include the 429, 407GXi, 412EPX and 505 Jet Ranger X. Bell's first super medium commercial helicopter, the 525 Relentless, is currently in the certification process with the FAA.
  • The FLRAA development contract was awarded to Bell in December 2022 as part of the U.S. Army's Future Vertical Lift (FVL) initiative. Bell is developing a tiltrotor aircraft, based on the V-280 Valor, to meet U.S. Army weapon system requirements. The V-280 Valor first flew in December 2017 and has conducted over 200 hours of flight testing.

For more information about Bell, contact:

3255 Bell Flight Blvd.
Fort Worth, TX 76118, U.S.A.
+1 (817) 280-2011


Textron Systems’ businesses develop, manufacture and integrate products and services for U.S. and non-U.S. military, government and commercial customers to support defense, homeland security, aerospace and other missions. Product and service offerings include electronic systems and solutions, advanced marine craft, piston aircraft engines, live military air-to-air and air-to-ship
training, weapons and related components, unmanned aircraft systems, and both manned and unmanned
armored and specialty vehicles.

  • Textron Systems' total revenues for 2023 were $1.2 billion.
  • Textron Systems' share of Textron 2023 revenues was 9%.
  • Notable products developed and produced by the Textron Systems segment include the Ship-to-Shore Connector, the U.S. Navy's next generation of Landing Craft Air Cushion vehicles a family of test and simulation products; Shadow, the U.S. Army's premier tactical unmanned aircraft system; the Aerosonde Small Unmanned Aircraft System, a multi-mission capable unmanned aircraft system for commercial and military operations; and piston aircraft engines under the Lycoming brand. 
  • Notable service offerings of the Textron Systems segment include fee-for-service programs using unmanned aircraft systems and live military air-to-air and air-to-ship training and support services for U.S. Navy, Marine and Air Force personnel provided by Airborne Tactical Advantage Company.

For more information about Textron Systems, contact:

Textron Systems Corporation
300 Clubhouse Road
Hunt Valley, MD 21030-0126, USA


Our industrial segment designs and manufactures a variety of products within the Kautex and Specialized Vehicles product lines. Kautex is a leader in designing and manufacturing plastic fuel systems for automobiles and light trucks, along with other automotive systems and components. Specialized Vehicles includes golf cars, recreational and utility vehicles, aviation ground support
equipment and professional mowers, manufactured by Textron Specialized Vehicles businesses.

  • The Industrial segment's total revenues for 2023 were $3.8 billion. (Kautex $1.9 billion; Specialized Vehicles $1.9 billion)
  • Industrial's share of Textron 2023 revenues was 28.1%.
  • Kautex is a leader in designing and manufacturing plastic fuel systems for automobiles and light trucks, including blow-molded solutions for conventional plastic fuel tanks and pressurized plastic fuel tanks for hybrid vehicle applications. Kautex also develops and manufactures clear-vision systems for automotive safety and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS).
  • Our Specialized Vehicles product line includes products sold by the Textron Specialized Vehicles businesses under our E-Z-GO, Arctic Cat, TUG Technologies, Douglas Equipment, Premier, Safeaero, Ransomes, Jacobsen and Cushman brands. These businesses design, manufacture and sell golf cars; off-road utility vehicles; powersports products; light transportation vehicles; aviation ground support equipment; professional turf-maintenance equipment; and specialized turf-care vehicles. A significant portion of the products sold by these businesses are powered with lithium batteries, greatly reducing the products' impact on the environment.

For more information about Textron's Industrial businesses, contact:

Textron Specialized Vehicles
1451 Marvin Griffin Road
Augusta, GA 30906, U.S.A.
+1 (706) 798-4311 | | | |

Kautexstrasse 52
53229 Bonn, Germany


Textron eAviation includes Pipistrel, a manufacturer of light aircraft, along with other research and development initiatives related to sustainable aviation solutions. Pipistrel offers a family of light aircraft and gliders with both electric and combustion engines. Pipistrel’s Velis Electro is the world’s first, and currently only, electric aircraft to receive full type certification from the European Union Aviation Safety Agency and from the UK Civil Aviation Authority.

  • Textron eAviation's total revenues for 2023 were $32 million
  • Textron eAviation's share of Textron 2023 revenues was 0.2%. | 


Our Finance segment, operated by Textron Financial Corporation (TFC), is a commercial finance business that provides financing solutions for purchasers of Textron products, primarily Textron Aviation aircraft and Bell helicopters. For more than five decades, TFC has played a key role for Textron customers around the globe.

  • Finance's total revenues for 2023 were $55 million
  • Finance's share of Textron 2023 revenues was 0.4%.
  • The Finance segment provides financing primarily to purchasers of new and pre-owned Textron Aviation aircraft and Bell helicopters. A substantial number of the originations in our finance receivable portfolio are cross-border transactions for aircraft sold outside of the U.S.