PARIS—Officials from French aerospace industry lobbying group Gifas are predicting the ongoing safety crisis around the Boeing 737 MAX will cause certification costs to increase. The current situation, where the FAA is seen as having been careless during the MAX’s certification process, may make it more difficult to obtain an approval for a new product, Gifas aeronautics and defense equipment committee president Patrick Daher said, adding:  “It is likely the FAA and ...

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