FAA Certification & Affiliates

Kawak Aviation Technologies and FAA Certification and Affiliate Organizations

Kawak Aviation Technologies has been and continues to successfully comply with the Federal Aviation Administration certification process and for over two decades and has been awarded numerous certifications for  original and innovative technologies and aircraft modifications in the aviation industry. Kawak’s reputation has been validated by the FAA for “Engineering Excellence.” Kawak’s superior quality and reliability has also gained recognition by the EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency.

Most regard aircraft products as slow and expensive to procure. In order to alleviate this part of the procurement process Kawak Aviation employs an on staff Designated Manufacturing Inspection Representative(DMIR) which translates into faster, higher efficiency, ‘lower’ development cost and product in stock and ready to go out the door.

Aircraft and component design when coupled with FAA/EASA certifications require appropriate documentation to achieve certification approval.  Because of Kawak’s thorough and varied experience with certification projects we continue to maintain strong relationships not only within the FAA/EASA but also with Designated Engineering Representatives (DER).  This allows expedient design validations and reduces the amount of rework necessary to apply for certificate approval.  We work routinely with DER’s in the following disciplines:

  • Flight Test Pilot
  • Power Plant Engineering
  • Structural Engineering
  • System and Equipment Engineering

These key points enable Kawak to autonomously develop, manufacture, and certify new products for the aviation industry with limited outside involvement. Kawak’s experience and positive positioning with the FAA create ease and viability for business with prime contractors for  general aviation , aviation firefighting, UAV, and Defense.

Kawak is affiliated with several organizations:

Kawak recognizes the value of participating with other like minded organizations. Kawak’s success depends on the collaboration of ideas and commitment to bettering products, creating opportunity, supporting the industry as well as participating in government programs that will benefit the aviation industry as a whole.


The Federal Aviation Administration’s continuing mission is to provide the safest, most efficient aerospace system in the world. We strive to reach the next level of safety, efficiency, environmental responsibility and global leadership. We are accountable to the American public and our stakeholders.




The Helicopter Association International is here to provide its members with services that directly benefit their operations, and to advance the international helicopter community by providing programs that enhance safety, encourage professionalism and economic viability while promoting the unique contributions vertical flight offers society.



The National Agriculture Aviation Association supports the position that aerial application is a critical component of high-yield agriculture. High yield agriculture, which includes the responsible use of crop protection products, benefits the environment by producing maximum crop yields from fewer acres. Some farmers apply their products from the ground using ground equipment, but many have realized that using an ag-plane to do this work is often more efficient and effective.


The Pacific Northwest Defense Coalition (PNDC) is a member-funded industry association dedicated to improving the defense industry climate across the Pacific Northwest. Through educational programs, business-to-business networking, and outreach to government decision makers, PNDC is working every day to ensure our members’ future success.



AUVSI is the leading global organization representing the views of the unmanned systems and robotics community. On behalf of our membership we are committed to shaping global policy by advocating on behalf of the unmanned systems and robotics community, monitoring legislation and assessing the global impact of the industry to ensure that obstacles to advancing and fielding unmanned systems and robotics removed.