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From Frustration to Fulfilment – Four Medevac Patients Instead of One (PNG)

Despite all the frustration for both pilots and all the Telefomin and Tabubil base staff members of not being able to fly the medevac that Friday afternoon, how amazing that all along God knew that waiting 15 hours would enable the aircraft to help more people more efficiently without risking the health of the first medevac patient!

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Selling the Sofa for 30 Years with MAF

The Shout from God Rune and Maria Karlsson were called to the mission field with a loud, crystal-clear shout from God that could not be ignored. It wasn’t a call to just any mission doing any work. God said to go with Mission Aviation Fellowship. It was hard to say no. The Swedish couple married […]

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MAF – Supporting Future Generations in Arnhem Land

During the wet season in Arnhem Land the roads get boggy meaning road transport is challenging or even impossible. This places a huge demand on MAF planes. Read about some of the ways MAF is helping.

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Selamat – A Medevac Flight Story

Pilot Kees Janse recounts the story of a medevac flight he undertook in Papua in 2014 and his subsequent joy at recently reconnecting with the young patient

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A brand new Cessna Caravan arrives for service in Mareeba, Queensland

Ferry flight pilots, Dylan Fast and his wife Val flew the epic 9 day journey from Kansas USA to Mareeba Qld to deliver MAF’s new plane for service.

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More than just a Pilot

Our MAF Pilot’s often go above and beyond their duty as a “just a pilot”. See how pilot Wim Hobo is impacting local refugee camps in South Sudan.

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What do building materials, coffee and a saw mill have in common?

So what do building materials, coffee and a saw mill have in common? They are all crucial for community development, and for many communities like Dusin, MAF provides the only option: flying. It’s a routine flight for MAF, yet vitally important to the community…

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