33 percent of Boeing’s revenue at risk after grounding 737MAX, said Goldman Sachs analyst Noah Poponak in a note to investors.
According to financial analyst , more than $600 billion worth of order book at risk as several big customers said to reconsider their orders. Vietnamese VietJet, which doubled the order valued at $25 billion last month, said it will deicide after the cause of the crash is found.
As pressure mounts on Boeing, Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA, which operates 18 MAX8s, said it will ask Boeing to cover the costs of grounding 18 MAX jets. Dun & Bradstreet Corporation (The) (DNB) analysts have estimated it would cost between 5 million kroner ($580,000) and 15 million kroner per day for Norwegian to ground its MAX fleet.
Kenya Airways, Lion Air, Garuda Indonesia, Utair, and Flyadeal also said they are waiting for investigation report to review the order.