We go where others can’t or won’t.

Real “uttermost parts of the earth” stuff.

We do it because we believe that no one is beyond the reach of God’s love.

In fact, we believe it so much,
that in 2018 alone, MAF…









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P2-MEW – A Testimony of Well Established Partnership

P2-MEW is the fifth of the six brand new Cessna C208 aircraft that will serve the people of Papua New Guinea (PNG) with MAF.

On Friday, September 27th 2019 P2-MEW, a Papua New Guinea (PNG) registered aircraft, left the Mareeba aerodrome. Before its departure, our MAF Mareeba team came together outside […]

A Royal Legacy – Demining Angola

Prince Harry visited Angola on September 27th in support of The HALO Trust, a demining organization that Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) has provided flights for since HALO began work in the country in 1994.

HALO undertakes the dangerous, and incredibly important work of locating and removing landmines that still lurk underground […]

MAF continues logistics support in response to Hurricane Dorian

MAF is continuing to provide logistics support in response to Hurricane Dorian.

John Woodberry (Flight Ops Coordination) and Brent Palmer (Caravan pilot) are assisting the SP response by supporting the flight operation delivering critical supplies and people to the right place at the right time.

According to Hannah with Samaritan’s Purse, she […]

MAF provides support in the wake of Hurricane Dorian

MAF is continuing to provide surge support staff to Samaritan’s Purse (SP) and Missionary Flight International (MFI) in their response to Hurricane Dorian that hit the Bahamas on September 1.

Reports say there are 70,000 people homeless in Abaco (part of the Bahamas) and the surrounding islands. There are many stateless […]

More than a ride home

In 2018, MAF carried out their 100th Medical Safari in Madagascar. Patients, including a little girl called Liny received surgery. She had a tumour the size of a grapefruit removed.

MAF and ITEC have a shared history dating back to the 1950’s. After MAF pilot Nate Saint and his four friends […]

100 medical safari flights in Madagascar

In 2018, MAF carried out their 100th Medical Safari in Madagascar. Patients, including a little girl called Liny received surgery. She had a tumour the size of a grapefruit removed.

Doctors, nurses, medical supplies and equipment including an ultrasound machine were all loaded onto the plane for the flight. Waiting for […]

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How MAF Helps….

In addition to providing emergency medevac flights, MAF works to provide isolated communities with access to healthcare through our flying doctor services. We also help stem the tide of disease and sickness by distributing mosquito netting and vaccines.

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Because we believe that every individual is important to God. We work with local pastors, missionaries, and missions groups to deliver the Good News of God’s love for them in word and deed; helping to provide hope and healing for both body and soul.

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When disaster strikes and people are cut off from the help they need. When communities are devastated by famine or drought. MAF works with hundreds of partner organizations to make a real and lasting difference in the lives of thousands of communities in over 30 of the world’s poorest countries.

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It all starts with sanitation and access to clean water. Without it community development can’t begin as crops fail, livestock become ill, and people die. MAF works with agencies and community leaders to improve the lives of people by helping to provide access to this most essential and critical thing.

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MAF delivers vaccines to remote areas, protecting children against polio, diphtheria, measles, and other illnesses. The speed and efficiency of MAF aircraft allows this precious cargo to reach remote villages in hours instead of days, ensuring that the “cold chain” is not broken and vaccinations remain effective.

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In many developing countries where MAF operates, a pregnant woman may walk several days in the hopes of seeing a doctor. This at a time when she and her unborn child are most vulnerable. MAF helps bridge the gap between those in need and the doctors, nurses, and midwives who are able to help.

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