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Every 3 minutes, an MAF aircraft takes off or lands, reaching isolated places where flying is not a luxury, but a lifeline.

Since the mid 1940’s, MAF has operated light aircraft in developing countries, bringing essential aid and spiritual sustenance to many of the world’s most inaccessible and inhospitable locations.

By operating the world’s largest fleet of private aircraft used for public good, MAF is at the forefront of a global effort to overcome barriers of poverty, ignorance, and disease.

MAFs fleet of more than 142 aircraft support Christian workers, evangelists, teachers, medical personnel, and relief and development workers from countries around the world.

In addition to flying skilled workers, MAF planes also haul food, seed, and livestock; transport the sick and injured; deliver doctors, medicine, and relief supplies; and carry the materials for a better life to people who need it most.




 



Cessna 208B Grand Caravan

14 place*

single-engine (turboprop)





 

Cessna 208 Amphibious Caravan

10 place*

single-engine (turboprop)





  

Cessna 208 Caravan

10 place*

single-engine (turboprop)


 


 

Cessna 207

8 place*

single-engine (piston)


 


 

Cessna Amphibious 206

6 place*

single-engine (piston)

 

 

 

 

    


Cessna 206

6 place*

single-engine (piston)

 

 

 

 

 
Cessna 185

6 place*

single-engine (piston) 



   

 

Cessna 172

4 place*

single-engine (piston) 



 
   
 

Cessna 182 Diesel

5 place*

single-engine (SMA diesel) 


 
 
 
 

Gippsland GA-8

8 place*

single-engine (piston)





 

Pilatus PC-12

10 place*

single-engine (turboprop)





 
Cessna 182

4 place*

single-engine (piston)


 
 
 
 
 
Beechcraft King Air B200

15 place*

twin-engine (turboprop)


 


 

Dehavilland DHC-6 Twin Otter

21 place*

twin-engine (turbprop)


 


 

Quest Kodiak 100

10 place*

single-engine (turboprop)





 

Piper Saratoga PA-32R-30IT

6 place*

single-engine (piston)





   

Piper Cherokee Arrow PA-28-R

4 place*

single-engine (piston)