Reopened Airstrip Brings People Together

Singing people, dancing in their most festive clothing expressing their joy and appreciation was the scene that welcomed pilots Richie Axon and Paul Woodington as they brought in the first aircraft after 22 years of isolation into Yalum. The airstrip was closed due to civil unrest, but the need and longing for an open door […]

Read More

My First Medevac Flight

Story by Jasmine Puk, MAF Papua New Guinea  Jasmine Puk is working as a Flight Programmer at MAF Customer and Operations Centre at Mt Hagen. On a day to day basis, she’s dealing with all types of booking requests both internally and externally, attending to customers queries, receiving medevac requests, and then helps to coordinate […]

Read More

MAF delivers more coronavirus vaccine to Kalimantan as cases soar

Indonesia has overtaken India as Asia’s ‘Covid-19 hotspot’. Kalimantan in the Indonesian part of Borneo is experiencing a surge of cases. In response, MAF has flown out medics, batches of the Sinovac vaccine and coronavirus tests to contain the outbreak… To date, Indonesia has recorded over 2.4 million coronavirus cases and 64,000 deaths (source: Reuters). […]

Read More

MAF in June 2021: Serving Together Around the World to Bring Help, Hope, and Healing Through Aviation.

Arnhem Land A recent flight story as told by Pilot Anton Zhang: Anton writes, “last week Laynhapuy Homeland School chartered four planes to take students and their friends/family to attend their graduation ceremony. The graduation was held at Garrthalala homeland, a regular destination for MAF, where we often fly students to attend learning camps. Garrthalala […]

Read More

Reopened Airstrip Brings People Together

Singing people, dancing in their most festive clothing expressing their joy and appreciation was the scene that welcomed pilots Richie Axon and Paul Woodington as they brought in the first aircraft after 22 years of isolation into Yalum. The airstrip was closed due to civil unrest, but the need and longing for an open door […]

Read More

My First Medevac Flight

Story by Jasmine Puk, MAF Papua New Guinea  Jasmine Puk is working as a Flight Programmer at MAF Customer and Operations Centre at Mt Hagen. On a day to day basis, she’s dealing with all types of booking requests both internally and externally, attending to customers queries, receiving medevac requests, and then helps to coordinate […]

Read More

MAF delivers more coronavirus vaccine to Kalimantan as cases soar

Indonesia has overtaken India as Asia’s ‘Covid-19 hotspot’. Kalimantan in the Indonesian part of Borneo is experiencing a surge of cases. In response, MAF has flown out medics, batches of the Sinovac vaccine and coronavirus tests to contain the outbreak… To date, Indonesia has recorded over 2.4 million coronavirus cases and 64,000 deaths (source: Reuters). […]

Read More

MAF in June 2021: Serving Together Around the World to Bring Help, Hope, and Healing Through Aviation.

Arnhem Land A recent flight story as told by Pilot Anton Zhang: Anton writes, “last week Laynhapuy Homeland School chartered four planes to take students and their friends/family to attend their graduation ceremony. The graduation was held at Garrthalala homeland, a regular destination for MAF, where we often fly students to attend learning camps. Garrthalala […]

Read More

Reopened Airstrip Brings People Together

Singing people, dancing in their most festive clothing expressing their joy and appreciation was the scene that welcomed pilots Richie Axon and Paul Woodington as they brought in the first aircraft after 22 years of isolation into Yalum. The airstrip was closed due to civil unrest, but the need and longing for an open door […]

Read More

My First Medevac Flight

Story by Jasmine Puk, MAF Papua New Guinea  Jasmine Puk is working as a Flight Programmer at MAF Customer and Operations Centre at Mt Hagen. On a day to day basis, she’s dealing with all types of booking requests both internally and externally, attending to customers queries, receiving medevac requests, and then helps to coordinate […]

Read More

MAF delivers more coronavirus vaccine to Kalimantan as cases soar

Indonesia has overtaken India as Asia’s ‘Covid-19 hotspot’. Kalimantan in the Indonesian part of Borneo is experiencing a surge of cases. In response, MAF has flown out medics, batches of the Sinovac vaccine and coronavirus tests to contain the outbreak… To date, Indonesia has recorded over 2.4 million coronavirus cases and 64,000 deaths (source: Reuters). […]

Read More

MAF in June 2021: Serving Together Around the World to Bring Help, Hope, and Healing Through Aviation.

Arnhem Land A recent flight story as told by Pilot Anton Zhang: Anton writes, “last week Laynhapuy Homeland School chartered four planes to take students and their friends/family to attend their graduation ceremony. The graduation was held at Garrthalala homeland, a regular destination for MAF, where we often fly students to attend learning camps. Garrthalala […]

Read More

Reopened Airstrip Brings People Together

Singing people, dancing in their most festive clothing expressing their joy and appreciation was the scene that welcomed pilots Richie Axon and Paul Woodington as they brought in the first aircraft after 22 years of isolation into Yalum. The airstrip was closed due to civil unrest, but the need and longing for an open door […]

Read More

My First Medevac Flight

Story by Jasmine Puk, MAF Papua New Guinea  Jasmine Puk is working as a Flight Programmer at MAF Customer and Operations Centre at Mt Hagen. On a day to day basis, she’s dealing with all types of booking requests both internally and externally, attending to customers queries, receiving medevac requests, and then helps to coordinate […]

Read More

MAF delivers more coronavirus vaccine to Kalimantan as cases soar

Indonesia has overtaken India as Asia’s ‘Covid-19 hotspot’. Kalimantan in the Indonesian part of Borneo is experiencing a surge of cases. In response, MAF has flown out medics, batches of the Sinovac vaccine and coronavirus tests to contain the outbreak… To date, Indonesia has recorded over 2.4 million coronavirus cases and 64,000 deaths (source: Reuters). […]

Read More

MAF in June 2021: Serving Together Around the World to Bring Help, Hope, and Healing Through Aviation.

Arnhem Land A recent flight story as told by Pilot Anton Zhang: Anton writes, “last week Laynhapuy Homeland School chartered four planes to take students and their friends/family to attend their graduation ceremony. The graduation was held at Garrthalala homeland, a regular destination for MAF, where we often fly students to attend learning camps. Garrthalala […]

Read More

Reopened Airstrip Brings People Together

Singing people, dancing in their most festive clothing expressing their joy and appreciation was the scene that welcomed pilots Richie Axon and Paul Woodington as they brought in the first aircraft after 22 years of isolation into Yalum. The airstrip was closed due to civil unrest, but the need and longing for an open door […]

Read More

My First Medevac Flight

Story by Jasmine Puk, MAF Papua New Guinea  Jasmine Puk is working as a Flight Programmer at MAF Customer and Operations Centre at Mt Hagen. On a day to day basis, she’s dealing with all types of booking requests both internally and externally, attending to customers queries, receiving medevac requests, and then helps to coordinate […]

Read More

MAF delivers more coronavirus vaccine to Kalimantan as cases soar

Indonesia has overtaken India as Asia’s ‘Covid-19 hotspot’. Kalimantan in the Indonesian part of Borneo is experiencing a surge of cases. In response, MAF has flown out medics, batches of the Sinovac vaccine and coronavirus tests to contain the outbreak… To date, Indonesia has recorded over 2.4 million coronavirus cases and 64,000 deaths (source: Reuters). […]

Read More

MAF in June 2021: Serving Together Around the World to Bring Help, Hope, and Healing Through Aviation.

Arnhem Land A recent flight story as told by Pilot Anton Zhang: Anton writes, “last week Laynhapuy Homeland School chartered four planes to take students and their friends/family to attend their graduation ceremony. The graduation was held at Garrthalala homeland, a regular destination for MAF, where we often fly students to attend learning camps. Garrthalala […]

Read More

Reopened Airstrip Brings People Together

Singing people, dancing in their most festive clothing expressing their joy and appreciation was the scene that welcomed pilots Richie Axon and Paul Woodington as they brought in the first aircraft after 22 years of isolation into Yalum. The airstrip was closed due to civil unrest, but the need and longing for an open door […]

Read More

My First Medevac Flight

Story by Jasmine Puk, MAF Papua New Guinea  Jasmine Puk is working as a Flight Programmer at MAF Customer and Operations Centre at Mt Hagen. On a day to day basis, she’s dealing with all types of booking requests both internally and externally, attending to customers queries, receiving medevac requests, and then helps to coordinate […]

Read More

MAF delivers more coronavirus vaccine to Kalimantan as cases soar

Indonesia has overtaken India as Asia’s ‘Covid-19 hotspot’. Kalimantan in the Indonesian part of Borneo is experiencing a surge of cases. In response, MAF has flown out medics, batches of the Sinovac vaccine and coronavirus tests to contain the outbreak… To date, Indonesia has recorded over 2.4 million coronavirus cases and 64,000 deaths (source: Reuters). […]

Read More

MAF in June 2021: Serving Together Around the World to Bring Help, Hope, and Healing Through Aviation.

Arnhem Land A recent flight story as told by Pilot Anton Zhang: Anton writes, “last week Laynhapuy Homeland School chartered four planes to take students and their friends/family to attend their graduation ceremony. The graduation was held at Garrthalala homeland, a regular destination for MAF, where we often fly students to attend learning camps. Garrthalala […]

Read More

Reopened Airstrip Brings People Together

Singing people, dancing in their most festive clothing expressing their joy and appreciation was the scene that welcomed pilots Richie Axon and Paul Woodington as they brought in the first aircraft after 22 years of isolation into Yalum. The airstrip was closed due to civil unrest, but the need and longing for an open door […]

Read More

My First Medevac Flight

Story by Jasmine Puk, MAF Papua New Guinea  Jasmine Puk is working as a Flight Programmer at MAF Customer and Operations Centre at Mt Hagen. On a day to day basis, she’s dealing with all types of booking requests both internally and externally, attending to customers queries, receiving medevac requests, and then helps to coordinate […]

Read More

MAF delivers more coronavirus vaccine to Kalimantan as cases soar

Indonesia has overtaken India as Asia’s ‘Covid-19 hotspot’. Kalimantan in the Indonesian part of Borneo is experiencing a surge of cases. In response, MAF has flown out medics, batches of the Sinovac vaccine and coronavirus tests to contain the outbreak… To date, Indonesia has recorded over 2.4 million coronavirus cases and 64,000 deaths (source: Reuters). […]

Read More

MAF in June 2021: Serving Together Around the World to Bring Help, Hope, and Healing Through Aviation.

Arnhem Land A recent flight story as told by Pilot Anton Zhang: Anton writes, “last week Laynhapuy Homeland School chartered four planes to take students and their friends/family to attend their graduation ceremony. The graduation was held at Garrthalala homeland, a regular destination for MAF, where we often fly students to attend learning camps. Garrthalala […]

Read More

Reopened Airstrip Brings People Together

Singing people, dancing in their most festive clothing expressing their joy and appreciation was the scene that welcomed pilots Richie Axon and Paul Woodington as they brought in the first aircraft after 22 years of isolation into Yalum. The airstrip was closed due to civil unrest, but the need and longing for an open door […]

Read More

My First Medevac Flight

Story by Jasmine Puk, MAF Papua New Guinea  Jasmine Puk is working as a Flight Programmer at MAF Customer and Operations Centre at Mt Hagen. On a day to day basis, she’s dealing with all types of booking requests both internally and externally, attending to customers queries, receiving medevac requests, and then helps to coordinate […]

Read More

MAF delivers more coronavirus vaccine to Kalimantan as cases soar

Indonesia has overtaken India as Asia’s ‘Covid-19 hotspot’. Kalimantan in the Indonesian part of Borneo is experiencing a surge of cases. In response, MAF has flown out medics, batches of the Sinovac vaccine and coronavirus tests to contain the outbreak… To date, Indonesia has recorded over 2.4 million coronavirus cases and 64,000 deaths (source: Reuters). […]

Read More

MAF in June 2021: Serving Together Around the World to Bring Help, Hope, and Healing Through Aviation.

Arnhem Land A recent flight story as told by Pilot Anton Zhang: Anton writes, “last week Laynhapuy Homeland School chartered four planes to take students and their friends/family to attend their graduation ceremony. The graduation was held at Garrthalala homeland, a regular destination for MAF, where we often fly students to attend learning camps. Garrthalala […]

Read More

Reopened Airstrip Brings People Together

Singing people, dancing in their most festive clothing expressing their joy and appreciation was the scene that welcomed pilots Richie Axon and Paul Woodington as they brought in the first aircraft after 22 years of isolation into Yalum. The airstrip was closed due to civil unrest, but the need and longing for an open door […]

Read more

My First Medevac Flight

Story by Jasmine Puk, MAF Papua New Guinea  Jasmine Puk is working as a Flight Programmer at MAF Customer and Operations Centre at Mt Hagen. On a day to day basis, she’s dealing with all types of booking requests both internally and externally, attending to customers queries, receiving medevac requests, and then helps to coordinate […]

Read more

MAF delivers more coronavirus vaccine to Kalimantan as cases soar

Indonesia has overtaken India as Asia’s ‘Covid-19 hotspot’. Kalimantan in the Indonesian part of Borneo is experiencing a surge of cases. In response, MAF has flown out medics, batches of the Sinovac vaccine and coronavirus tests to contain the outbreak… To date, Indonesia has recorded over 2.4 million coronavirus cases and 64,000 deaths (source: Reuters). […]

Read more

MAF in June 2021: Serving Together Around the World to Bring Help, Hope, and Healing Through Aviation.

Arnhem Land A recent flight story as told by Pilot Anton Zhang: Anton writes, “last week Laynhapuy Homeland School chartered four planes to take students and their friends/family to attend their graduation ceremony. The graduation was held at Garrthalala homeland, a regular destination for MAF, where we often fly students to attend learning camps. Garrthalala […]

Read more

The First Yolngu Pilot

Yingiya Guyula was the first Yolngu to train as a pilot. Read about his journey with MAF in Arnhem Land here.

Read more

Medevac for a Man with a Broken Leg – MAF in Papua New Guinea

Earlier this year the team in Papua New Guinea flew a man from Pyarulama to Kompiam hospital after a severe leg injury when he was cutting down trees. Read the story here.

Read more

Connecting Remote Communities – MAF in Madagascar

MAF has enjoyed a long partnership with Bible translation organisations in Madagascar. Translation Consultant Bev Erasmus explains more about the work being done, and how MAF flights support it.

Read more

A Pilot’s Life: Travelling Around the World during Covid-19

“As I look back at the past ten weeks, I travelled a total of 38580 kilometres touching nine countries. This is a personal record for me to fly extensively in such a short period. The interesting thing is that I got to accomplish this feat during a time when it seems almost impossible to travel overseas due to COVID-19 restrictions. I cannot help but thank God for His protection and provision over my life.”

Read more

3 Minutes to Spare – South Maasai Safari, Tanzania

“I waited an hour for the team on the ground, and it was becoming obvious that if they did not arrive soon, we would run out of daylight hours to complete the safari. We gave them until 1pm to get there. They came with three minutes to spare.”

Read more

It’s been 75 Years since Pilot Betty Greene took off on MAF’s first ever flight…

On this day exactly 75 years ago (23rd February 1946), Betty Greene made history as the pilot of the first ever MAF flight. Read about this first flight and about this pioneering women of faith, passion and great talent as she spearheaded the mission aviation movement on the link below:

Read more

Through the Eyes of a CRMF Pioneer

MAF Technologies (CRMF) has a rich tradition in providing radio services to the people of Papua New Guinea. Here is an informative account of the early days by CRMF pioneer Graham Spendlove.

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Technologies

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programs. It has affected our staff, our ability to serve, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in our Technology Services program in PNG.

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Arnhem Land

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programs. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Arnhem Land.

Read more

Getting Back to School Against All Odds

When all schools closed in Kenya in March 2020, it was a scramble to get the students of missionary boarding school Rift Valley Academy home to their parents in other parts of Africa. A group of these youngsters travelled together back to Chad where for the remainder of the year they studied online, separated from […]

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Timor-Leste

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programmes. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Timor-Leste.

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Bangladesh

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programmes. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Bangladesh. When the world was shutting down, MAF Bangladesh was stepping up […]

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Papua New Guinea

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programmes. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Papua New Guinea. 

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF South Sudan

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programmes. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in South Sudan.  General Information  As the world was locking down in April, South […]

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Madagascar

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programs. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Madagascar. When the world was shutting down, Madagascar was no different and […]

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Kenya

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programs. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Kenya. As the world was shutting down, Kenya was no different, and […]

Read more

Reopened Airstrip Brings People Together

Singing people, dancing in their most festive clothing expressing their joy and appreciation was the scene that welcomed pilots Richie Axon and Paul Woodington as they brought in the first aircraft after 22 years of isolation into Yalum. The airstrip was closed due to civil unrest, but the need and longing for an open door […]

Read more

My First Medevac Flight

Story by Jasmine Puk, MAF Papua New Guinea  Jasmine Puk is working as a Flight Programmer at MAF Customer and Operations Centre at Mt Hagen. On a day to day basis, she’s dealing with all types of booking requests both internally and externally, attending to customers queries, receiving medevac requests, and then helps to coordinate […]

Read more

MAF delivers more coronavirus vaccine to Kalimantan as cases soar

Indonesia has overtaken India as Asia’s ‘Covid-19 hotspot’. Kalimantan in the Indonesian part of Borneo is experiencing a surge of cases. In response, MAF has flown out medics, batches of the Sinovac vaccine and coronavirus tests to contain the outbreak… To date, Indonesia has recorded over 2.4 million coronavirus cases and 64,000 deaths (source: Reuters). […]

Read more

MAF in June 2021: Serving Together Around the World to Bring Help, Hope, and Healing Through Aviation.

Arnhem Land A recent flight story as told by Pilot Anton Zhang: Anton writes, “last week Laynhapuy Homeland School chartered four planes to take students and their friends/family to attend their graduation ceremony. The graduation was held at Garrthalala homeland, a regular destination for MAF, where we often fly students to attend learning camps. Garrthalala […]

Read more

The First Yolngu Pilot

Yingiya Guyula was the first Yolngu to train as a pilot. Read about his journey with MAF in Arnhem Land here.

Read more

Medevac for a Man with a Broken Leg – MAF in Papua New Guinea

Earlier this year the team in Papua New Guinea flew a man from Pyarulama to Kompiam hospital after a severe leg injury when he was cutting down trees. Read the story here.

Read more

Connecting Remote Communities – MAF in Madagascar

MAF has enjoyed a long partnership with Bible translation organisations in Madagascar. Translation Consultant Bev Erasmus explains more about the work being done, and how MAF flights support it.

Read more

A Pilot’s Life: Travelling Around the World during Covid-19

“As I look back at the past ten weeks, I travelled a total of 38580 kilometres touching nine countries. This is a personal record for me to fly extensively in such a short period. The interesting thing is that I got to accomplish this feat during a time when it seems almost impossible to travel overseas due to COVID-19 restrictions. I cannot help but thank God for His protection and provision over my life.”

Read more

3 Minutes to Spare – South Maasai Safari, Tanzania

“I waited an hour for the team on the ground, and it was becoming obvious that if they did not arrive soon, we would run out of daylight hours to complete the safari. We gave them until 1pm to get there. They came with three minutes to spare.”

Read more

It’s been 75 Years since Pilot Betty Greene took off on MAF’s first ever flight…

On this day exactly 75 years ago (23rd February 1946), Betty Greene made history as the pilot of the first ever MAF flight. Read about this first flight and about this pioneering women of faith, passion and great talent as she spearheaded the mission aviation movement on the link below:

Read more

Through the Eyes of a CRMF Pioneer

MAF Technologies (CRMF) has a rich tradition in providing radio services to the people of Papua New Guinea. Here is an informative account of the early days by CRMF pioneer Graham Spendlove.

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Technologies

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programs. It has affected our staff, our ability to serve, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in our Technology Services program in PNG.

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Arnhem Land

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programs. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Arnhem Land.

Read more

Getting Back to School Against All Odds

When all schools closed in Kenya in March 2020, it was a scramble to get the students of missionary boarding school Rift Valley Academy home to their parents in other parts of Africa. A group of these youngsters travelled together back to Chad where for the remainder of the year they studied online, separated from […]

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Timor-Leste

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programmes. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Timor-Leste.

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Bangladesh

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programmes. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Bangladesh. When the world was shutting down, MAF Bangladesh was stepping up […]

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Papua New Guinea

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programmes. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Papua New Guinea. 

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF South Sudan

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programmes. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in South Sudan.  General Information  As the world was locking down in April, South […]

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Madagascar

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programs. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Madagascar. When the world was shutting down, Madagascar was no different and […]

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Kenya

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programs. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Kenya. As the world was shutting down, Kenya was no different, and […]

Read more

Reopened Airstrip Brings People Together

Singing people, dancing in their most festive clothing expressing their joy and appreciation was the scene that welcomed pilots Richie Axon and Paul Woodington as they brought in the first aircraft after 22 years of isolation into Yalum. The airstrip was closed due to civil unrest, but the need and longing for an open door […]

Read more

My First Medevac Flight

Story by Jasmine Puk, MAF Papua New Guinea  Jasmine Puk is working as a Flight Programmer at MAF Customer and Operations Centre at Mt Hagen. On a day to day basis, she’s dealing with all types of booking requests both internally and externally, attending to customers queries, receiving medevac requests, and then helps to coordinate […]

Read more

MAF delivers more coronavirus vaccine to Kalimantan as cases soar

Indonesia has overtaken India as Asia’s ‘Covid-19 hotspot’. Kalimantan in the Indonesian part of Borneo is experiencing a surge of cases. In response, MAF has flown out medics, batches of the Sinovac vaccine and coronavirus tests to contain the outbreak… To date, Indonesia has recorded over 2.4 million coronavirus cases and 64,000 deaths (source: Reuters). […]

Read more

MAF in June 2021: Serving Together Around the World to Bring Help, Hope, and Healing Through Aviation.

Arnhem Land A recent flight story as told by Pilot Anton Zhang: Anton writes, “last week Laynhapuy Homeland School chartered four planes to take students and their friends/family to attend their graduation ceremony. The graduation was held at Garrthalala homeland, a regular destination for MAF, where we often fly students to attend learning camps. Garrthalala […]

Read more

The First Yolngu Pilot

Yingiya Guyula was the first Yolngu to train as a pilot. Read about his journey with MAF in Arnhem Land here.

Read more

Medevac for a Man with a Broken Leg – MAF in Papua New Guinea

Earlier this year the team in Papua New Guinea flew a man from Pyarulama to Kompiam hospital after a severe leg injury when he was cutting down trees. Read the story here.

Read more

Connecting Remote Communities – MAF in Madagascar

MAF has enjoyed a long partnership with Bible translation organisations in Madagascar. Translation Consultant Bev Erasmus explains more about the work being done, and how MAF flights support it.

Read more

A Pilot’s Life: Travelling Around the World during Covid-19

“As I look back at the past ten weeks, I travelled a total of 38580 kilometres touching nine countries. This is a personal record for me to fly extensively in such a short period. The interesting thing is that I got to accomplish this feat during a time when it seems almost impossible to travel overseas due to COVID-19 restrictions. I cannot help but thank God for His protection and provision over my life.”

Read more

3 Minutes to Spare – South Maasai Safari, Tanzania

“I waited an hour for the team on the ground, and it was becoming obvious that if they did not arrive soon, we would run out of daylight hours to complete the safari. We gave them until 1pm to get there. They came with three minutes to spare.”

Read more

It’s been 75 Years since Pilot Betty Greene took off on MAF’s first ever flight…

On this day exactly 75 years ago (23rd February 1946), Betty Greene made history as the pilot of the first ever MAF flight. Read about this first flight and about this pioneering women of faith, passion and great talent as she spearheaded the mission aviation movement on the link below:

Read more

Through the Eyes of a CRMF Pioneer

MAF Technologies (CRMF) has a rich tradition in providing radio services to the people of Papua New Guinea. Here is an informative account of the early days by CRMF pioneer Graham Spendlove.

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Technologies

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programs. It has affected our staff, our ability to serve, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in our Technology Services program in PNG.

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Arnhem Land

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programs. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Arnhem Land.

Read more

Getting Back to School Against All Odds

When all schools closed in Kenya in March 2020, it was a scramble to get the students of missionary boarding school Rift Valley Academy home to their parents in other parts of Africa. A group of these youngsters travelled together back to Chad where for the remainder of the year they studied online, separated from […]

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Timor-Leste

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programmes. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Timor-Leste.

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Bangladesh

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programmes. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Bangladesh. When the world was shutting down, MAF Bangladesh was stepping up […]

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Papua New Guinea

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programmes. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Papua New Guinea. 

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF South Sudan

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programmes. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in South Sudan.  General Information  As the world was locking down in April, South […]

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Madagascar

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programs. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Madagascar. When the world was shutting down, Madagascar was no different and […]

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Kenya

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programs. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Kenya. As the world was shutting down, Kenya was no different, and […]

Read more

Reopened Airstrip Brings People Together

Singing people, dancing in their most festive clothing expressing their joy and appreciation was the scene that welcomed pilots Richie Axon and Paul Woodington as they brought in the first aircraft after 22 years of isolation into Yalum. The airstrip was closed due to civil unrest, but the need and longing for an open door […]

Read more

My First Medevac Flight

Story by Jasmine Puk, MAF Papua New Guinea  Jasmine Puk is working as a Flight Programmer at MAF Customer and Operations Centre at Mt Hagen. On a day to day basis, she’s dealing with all types of booking requests both internally and externally, attending to customers queries, receiving medevac requests, and then helps to coordinate […]

Read more

MAF delivers more coronavirus vaccine to Kalimantan as cases soar

Indonesia has overtaken India as Asia’s ‘Covid-19 hotspot’. Kalimantan in the Indonesian part of Borneo is experiencing a surge of cases. In response, MAF has flown out medics, batches of the Sinovac vaccine and coronavirus tests to contain the outbreak… To date, Indonesia has recorded over 2.4 million coronavirus cases and 64,000 deaths (source: Reuters). […]

Read more

MAF in June 2021: Serving Together Around the World to Bring Help, Hope, and Healing Through Aviation.

Arnhem Land A recent flight story as told by Pilot Anton Zhang: Anton writes, “last week Laynhapuy Homeland School chartered four planes to take students and their friends/family to attend their graduation ceremony. The graduation was held at Garrthalala homeland, a regular destination for MAF, where we often fly students to attend learning camps. Garrthalala […]

Read more

The First Yolngu Pilot

Yingiya Guyula was the first Yolngu to train as a pilot. Read about his journey with MAF in Arnhem Land here.

Read more

Medevac for a Man with a Broken Leg – MAF in Papua New Guinea

Earlier this year the team in Papua New Guinea flew a man from Pyarulama to Kompiam hospital after a severe leg injury when he was cutting down trees. Read the story here.

Read more

Connecting Remote Communities – MAF in Madagascar

MAF has enjoyed a long partnership with Bible translation organisations in Madagascar. Translation Consultant Bev Erasmus explains more about the work being done, and how MAF flights support it.

Read more

A Pilot’s Life: Travelling Around the World during Covid-19

“As I look back at the past ten weeks, I travelled a total of 38580 kilometres touching nine countries. This is a personal record for me to fly extensively in such a short period. The interesting thing is that I got to accomplish this feat during a time when it seems almost impossible to travel overseas due to COVID-19 restrictions. I cannot help but thank God for His protection and provision over my life.”

Read more

3 Minutes to Spare – South Maasai Safari, Tanzania

“I waited an hour for the team on the ground, and it was becoming obvious that if they did not arrive soon, we would run out of daylight hours to complete the safari. We gave them until 1pm to get there. They came with three minutes to spare.”

Read more

It’s been 75 Years since Pilot Betty Greene took off on MAF’s first ever flight…

On this day exactly 75 years ago (23rd February 1946), Betty Greene made history as the pilot of the first ever MAF flight. Read about this first flight and about this pioneering women of faith, passion and great talent as she spearheaded the mission aviation movement on the link below:

Read more

Through the Eyes of a CRMF Pioneer

MAF Technologies (CRMF) has a rich tradition in providing radio services to the people of Papua New Guinea. Here is an informative account of the early days by CRMF pioneer Graham Spendlove.

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Technologies

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programs. It has affected our staff, our ability to serve, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in our Technology Services program in PNG.

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Arnhem Land

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programs. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Arnhem Land.

Read more

Getting Back to School Against All Odds

When all schools closed in Kenya in March 2020, it was a scramble to get the students of missionary boarding school Rift Valley Academy home to their parents in other parts of Africa. A group of these youngsters travelled together back to Chad where for the remainder of the year they studied online, separated from […]

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Timor-Leste

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programmes. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Timor-Leste.

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Bangladesh

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programmes. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Bangladesh. When the world was shutting down, MAF Bangladesh was stepping up […]

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Papua New Guinea

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programmes. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Papua New Guinea. 

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF South Sudan

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programmes. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in South Sudan.  General Information  As the world was locking down in April, South […]

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Madagascar

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programs. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Madagascar. When the world was shutting down, Madagascar was no different and […]

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Kenya

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programs. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Kenya. As the world was shutting down, Kenya was no different, and […]

Read more

Reopened Airstrip Brings People Together

Singing people, dancing in their most festive clothing expressing their joy and appreciation was the scene that welcomed pilots Richie Axon and Paul Woodington as they brought in the first aircraft after 22 years of isolation into Yalum. The airstrip was closed due to civil unrest, but the need and longing for an open door […]

Read more

My First Medevac Flight

Story by Jasmine Puk, MAF Papua New Guinea  Jasmine Puk is working as a Flight Programmer at MAF Customer and Operations Centre at Mt Hagen. On a day to day basis, she’s dealing with all types of booking requests both internally and externally, attending to customers queries, receiving medevac requests, and then helps to coordinate […]

Read more

MAF delivers more coronavirus vaccine to Kalimantan as cases soar

Indonesia has overtaken India as Asia’s ‘Covid-19 hotspot’. Kalimantan in the Indonesian part of Borneo is experiencing a surge of cases. In response, MAF has flown out medics, batches of the Sinovac vaccine and coronavirus tests to contain the outbreak… To date, Indonesia has recorded over 2.4 million coronavirus cases and 64,000 deaths (source: Reuters). […]

Read more

MAF in June 2021: Serving Together Around the World to Bring Help, Hope, and Healing Through Aviation.

Arnhem Land A recent flight story as told by Pilot Anton Zhang: Anton writes, “last week Laynhapuy Homeland School chartered four planes to take students and their friends/family to attend their graduation ceremony. The graduation was held at Garrthalala homeland, a regular destination for MAF, where we often fly students to attend learning camps. Garrthalala […]

Read more

The First Yolngu Pilot

Yingiya Guyula was the first Yolngu to train as a pilot. Read about his journey with MAF in Arnhem Land here.

Read more

Medevac for a Man with a Broken Leg – MAF in Papua New Guinea

Earlier this year the team in Papua New Guinea flew a man from Pyarulama to Kompiam hospital after a severe leg injury when he was cutting down trees. Read the story here.

Read more

Connecting Remote Communities – MAF in Madagascar

MAF has enjoyed a long partnership with Bible translation organisations in Madagascar. Translation Consultant Bev Erasmus explains more about the work being done, and how MAF flights support it.

Read more

A Pilot’s Life: Travelling Around the World during Covid-19

“As I look back at the past ten weeks, I travelled a total of 38580 kilometres touching nine countries. This is a personal record for me to fly extensively in such a short period. The interesting thing is that I got to accomplish this feat during a time when it seems almost impossible to travel overseas due to COVID-19 restrictions. I cannot help but thank God for His protection and provision over my life.”

Read more

3 Minutes to Spare – South Maasai Safari, Tanzania

“I waited an hour for the team on the ground, and it was becoming obvious that if they did not arrive soon, we would run out of daylight hours to complete the safari. We gave them until 1pm to get there. They came with three minutes to spare.”

Read more

It’s been 75 Years since Pilot Betty Greene took off on MAF’s first ever flight…

On this day exactly 75 years ago (23rd February 1946), Betty Greene made history as the pilot of the first ever MAF flight. Read about this first flight and about this pioneering women of faith, passion and great talent as she spearheaded the mission aviation movement on the link below:

Read more

Through the Eyes of a CRMF Pioneer

MAF Technologies (CRMF) has a rich tradition in providing radio services to the people of Papua New Guinea. Here is an informative account of the early days by CRMF pioneer Graham Spendlove.

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Technologies

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programs. It has affected our staff, our ability to serve, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in our Technology Services program in PNG.

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Arnhem Land

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programs. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Arnhem Land.

Read more

Getting Back to School Against All Odds

When all schools closed in Kenya in March 2020, it was a scramble to get the students of missionary boarding school Rift Valley Academy home to their parents in other parts of Africa. A group of these youngsters travelled together back to Chad where for the remainder of the year they studied online, separated from […]

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Timor-Leste

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programmes. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Timor-Leste.

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Bangladesh

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programmes. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Bangladesh. When the world was shutting down, MAF Bangladesh was stepping up […]

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Papua New Guinea

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programmes. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Papua New Guinea. 

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF South Sudan

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programmes. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in South Sudan.  General Information  As the world was locking down in April, South […]

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Madagascar

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programs. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Madagascar. When the world was shutting down, Madagascar was no different and […]

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Kenya

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programs. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Kenya. As the world was shutting down, Kenya was no different, and […]

Read more

Reopened Airstrip Brings People Together

Singing people, dancing in their most festive clothing expressing their joy and appreciation was the scene that welcomed pilots Richie Axon and Paul Woodington as they brought in the first aircraft after 22 years of isolation into Yalum. The airstrip was closed due to civil unrest, but the need and longing for an open door […]

Read more

My First Medevac Flight

Story by Jasmine Puk, MAF Papua New Guinea  Jasmine Puk is working as a Flight Programmer at MAF Customer and Operations Centre at Mt Hagen. On a day to day basis, she’s dealing with all types of booking requests both internally and externally, attending to customers queries, receiving medevac requests, and then helps to coordinate […]

Read more

MAF delivers more coronavirus vaccine to Kalimantan as cases soar

Indonesia has overtaken India as Asia’s ‘Covid-19 hotspot’. Kalimantan in the Indonesian part of Borneo is experiencing a surge of cases. In response, MAF has flown out medics, batches of the Sinovac vaccine and coronavirus tests to contain the outbreak… To date, Indonesia has recorded over 2.4 million coronavirus cases and 64,000 deaths (source: Reuters). […]

Read more

MAF in June 2021: Serving Together Around the World to Bring Help, Hope, and Healing Through Aviation.

Arnhem Land A recent flight story as told by Pilot Anton Zhang: Anton writes, “last week Laynhapuy Homeland School chartered four planes to take students and their friends/family to attend their graduation ceremony. The graduation was held at Garrthalala homeland, a regular destination for MAF, where we often fly students to attend learning camps. Garrthalala […]

Read more

The First Yolngu Pilot

Yingiya Guyula was the first Yolngu to train as a pilot. Read about his journey with MAF in Arnhem Land here.

Read more

Medevac for a Man with a Broken Leg – MAF in Papua New Guinea

Earlier this year the team in Papua New Guinea flew a man from Pyarulama to Kompiam hospital after a severe leg injury when he was cutting down trees. Read the story here.

Read more

Connecting Remote Communities – MAF in Madagascar

MAF has enjoyed a long partnership with Bible translation organisations in Madagascar. Translation Consultant Bev Erasmus explains more about the work being done, and how MAF flights support it.

Read more

A Pilot’s Life: Travelling Around the World during Covid-19

“As I look back at the past ten weeks, I travelled a total of 38580 kilometres touching nine countries. This is a personal record for me to fly extensively in such a short period. The interesting thing is that I got to accomplish this feat during a time when it seems almost impossible to travel overseas due to COVID-19 restrictions. I cannot help but thank God for His protection and provision over my life.”

Read more

3 Minutes to Spare – South Maasai Safari, Tanzania

“I waited an hour for the team on the ground, and it was becoming obvious that if they did not arrive soon, we would run out of daylight hours to complete the safari. We gave them until 1pm to get there. They came with three minutes to spare.”

Read more

It’s been 75 Years since Pilot Betty Greene took off on MAF’s first ever flight…

On this day exactly 75 years ago (23rd February 1946), Betty Greene made history as the pilot of the first ever MAF flight. Read about this first flight and about this pioneering women of faith, passion and great talent as she spearheaded the mission aviation movement on the link below:

Read more

Through the Eyes of a CRMF Pioneer

MAF Technologies (CRMF) has a rich tradition in providing radio services to the people of Papua New Guinea. Here is an informative account of the early days by CRMF pioneer Graham Spendlove.

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Technologies

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programs. It has affected our staff, our ability to serve, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in our Technology Services program in PNG.

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Arnhem Land

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programs. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Arnhem Land.

Read more

Getting Back to School Against All Odds

When all schools closed in Kenya in March 2020, it was a scramble to get the students of missionary boarding school Rift Valley Academy home to their parents in other parts of Africa. A group of these youngsters travelled together back to Chad where for the remainder of the year they studied online, separated from […]

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Timor-Leste

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programmes. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Timor-Leste.

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Bangladesh

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programmes. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Bangladesh. When the world was shutting down, MAF Bangladesh was stepping up […]

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Papua New Guinea

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programmes. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Papua New Guinea. 

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF South Sudan

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programmes. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in South Sudan.  General Information  As the world was locking down in April, South […]

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Madagascar

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programs. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Madagascar. When the world was shutting down, Madagascar was no different and […]

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Kenya

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programs. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Kenya. As the world was shutting down, Kenya was no different, and […]

Read more

Reopened Airstrip Brings People Together

Singing people, dancing in their most festive clothing expressing their joy and appreciation was the scene that welcomed pilots Richie Axon and Paul Woodington as they brought in the first aircraft after 22 years of isolation into Yalum. The airstrip was closed due to civil unrest, but the need and longing for an open door […]

Read more

My First Medevac Flight

Story by Jasmine Puk, MAF Papua New Guinea  Jasmine Puk is working as a Flight Programmer at MAF Customer and Operations Centre at Mt Hagen. On a day to day basis, she’s dealing with all types of booking requests both internally and externally, attending to customers queries, receiving medevac requests, and then helps to coordinate […]

Read more

MAF delivers more coronavirus vaccine to Kalimantan as cases soar

Indonesia has overtaken India as Asia’s ‘Covid-19 hotspot’. Kalimantan in the Indonesian part of Borneo is experiencing a surge of cases. In response, MAF has flown out medics, batches of the Sinovac vaccine and coronavirus tests to contain the outbreak… To date, Indonesia has recorded over 2.4 million coronavirus cases and 64,000 deaths (source: Reuters). […]

Read more

MAF in June 2021: Serving Together Around the World to Bring Help, Hope, and Healing Through Aviation.

Arnhem Land A recent flight story as told by Pilot Anton Zhang: Anton writes, “last week Laynhapuy Homeland School chartered four planes to take students and their friends/family to attend their graduation ceremony. The graduation was held at Garrthalala homeland, a regular destination for MAF, where we often fly students to attend learning camps. Garrthalala […]

Read more

The First Yolngu Pilot

Yingiya Guyula was the first Yolngu to train as a pilot. Read about his journey with MAF in Arnhem Land here.

Read more

Medevac for a Man with a Broken Leg – MAF in Papua New Guinea

Earlier this year the team in Papua New Guinea flew a man from Pyarulama to Kompiam hospital after a severe leg injury when he was cutting down trees. Read the story here.

Read more

Connecting Remote Communities – MAF in Madagascar

MAF has enjoyed a long partnership with Bible translation organisations in Madagascar. Translation Consultant Bev Erasmus explains more about the work being done, and how MAF flights support it.

Read more

A Pilot’s Life: Travelling Around the World during Covid-19

“As I look back at the past ten weeks, I travelled a total of 38580 kilometres touching nine countries. This is a personal record for me to fly extensively in such a short period. The interesting thing is that I got to accomplish this feat during a time when it seems almost impossible to travel overseas due to COVID-19 restrictions. I cannot help but thank God for His protection and provision over my life.”

Read more

3 Minutes to Spare – South Maasai Safari, Tanzania

“I waited an hour for the team on the ground, and it was becoming obvious that if they did not arrive soon, we would run out of daylight hours to complete the safari. We gave them until 1pm to get there. They came with three minutes to spare.”

Read more

It’s been 75 Years since Pilot Betty Greene took off on MAF’s first ever flight…

On this day exactly 75 years ago (23rd February 1946), Betty Greene made history as the pilot of the first ever MAF flight. Read about this first flight and about this pioneering women of faith, passion and great talent as she spearheaded the mission aviation movement on the link below:

Read more

Through the Eyes of a CRMF Pioneer

MAF Technologies (CRMF) has a rich tradition in providing radio services to the people of Papua New Guinea. Here is an informative account of the early days by CRMF pioneer Graham Spendlove.

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Technologies

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programs. It has affected our staff, our ability to serve, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in our Technology Services program in PNG.

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Arnhem Land

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programs. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Arnhem Land.

Read more

Getting Back to School Against All Odds

When all schools closed in Kenya in March 2020, it was a scramble to get the students of missionary boarding school Rift Valley Academy home to their parents in other parts of Africa. A group of these youngsters travelled together back to Chad where for the remainder of the year they studied online, separated from […]

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Timor-Leste

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programmes. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Timor-Leste.

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Bangladesh

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programmes. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Bangladesh. When the world was shutting down, MAF Bangladesh was stepping up […]

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Papua New Guinea

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programmes. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Papua New Guinea. 

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF South Sudan

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programmes. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in South Sudan.  General Information  As the world was locking down in April, South […]

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Madagascar

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programs. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Madagascar. When the world was shutting down, Madagascar was no different and […]

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Kenya

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programs. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Kenya. As the world was shutting down, Kenya was no different, and […]

Read more

Reopened Airstrip Brings People Together

Singing people, dancing in their most festive clothing expressing their joy and appreciation was the scene that welcomed pilots Richie Axon and Paul Woodington as they brought in the first aircraft after 22 years of isolation into Yalum. The airstrip was closed due to civil unrest, but the need and longing for an open door […]

Read more

My First Medevac Flight

Story by Jasmine Puk, MAF Papua New Guinea  Jasmine Puk is working as a Flight Programmer at MAF Customer and Operations Centre at Mt Hagen. On a day to day basis, she’s dealing with all types of booking requests both internally and externally, attending to customers queries, receiving medevac requests, and then helps to coordinate […]

Read more

MAF delivers more coronavirus vaccine to Kalimantan as cases soar

Indonesia has overtaken India as Asia’s ‘Covid-19 hotspot’. Kalimantan in the Indonesian part of Borneo is experiencing a surge of cases. In response, MAF has flown out medics, batches of the Sinovac vaccine and coronavirus tests to contain the outbreak… To date, Indonesia has recorded over 2.4 million coronavirus cases and 64,000 deaths (source: Reuters). […]

Read more

MAF in June 2021: Serving Together Around the World to Bring Help, Hope, and Healing Through Aviation.

Arnhem Land A recent flight story as told by Pilot Anton Zhang: Anton writes, “last week Laynhapuy Homeland School chartered four planes to take students and their friends/family to attend their graduation ceremony. The graduation was held at Garrthalala homeland, a regular destination for MAF, where we often fly students to attend learning camps. Garrthalala […]

Read more

The First Yolngu Pilot

Yingiya Guyula was the first Yolngu to train as a pilot. Read about his journey with MAF in Arnhem Land here.

Read more

Medevac for a Man with a Broken Leg – MAF in Papua New Guinea

Earlier this year the team in Papua New Guinea flew a man from Pyarulama to Kompiam hospital after a severe leg injury when he was cutting down trees. Read the story here.

Read more

Connecting Remote Communities – MAF in Madagascar

MAF has enjoyed a long partnership with Bible translation organisations in Madagascar. Translation Consultant Bev Erasmus explains more about the work being done, and how MAF flights support it.

Read more

A Pilot’s Life: Travelling Around the World during Covid-19

“As I look back at the past ten weeks, I travelled a total of 38580 kilometres touching nine countries. This is a personal record for me to fly extensively in such a short period. The interesting thing is that I got to accomplish this feat during a time when it seems almost impossible to travel overseas due to COVID-19 restrictions. I cannot help but thank God for His protection and provision over my life.”

Read more

3 Minutes to Spare – South Maasai Safari, Tanzania

“I waited an hour for the team on the ground, and it was becoming obvious that if they did not arrive soon, we would run out of daylight hours to complete the safari. We gave them until 1pm to get there. They came with three minutes to spare.”

Read more

It’s been 75 Years since Pilot Betty Greene took off on MAF’s first ever flight…

On this day exactly 75 years ago (23rd February 1946), Betty Greene made history as the pilot of the first ever MAF flight. Read about this first flight and about this pioneering women of faith, passion and great talent as she spearheaded the mission aviation movement on the link below:

Read more

Through the Eyes of a CRMF Pioneer

MAF Technologies (CRMF) has a rich tradition in providing radio services to the people of Papua New Guinea. Here is an informative account of the early days by CRMF pioneer Graham Spendlove.

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Technologies

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programs. It has affected our staff, our ability to serve, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in our Technology Services program in PNG.

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Arnhem Land

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programs. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Arnhem Land.

Read more

Getting Back to School Against All Odds

When all schools closed in Kenya in March 2020, it was a scramble to get the students of missionary boarding school Rift Valley Academy home to their parents in other parts of Africa. A group of these youngsters travelled together back to Chad where for the remainder of the year they studied online, separated from […]

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Timor-Leste

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programmes. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Timor-Leste.

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Bangladesh

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programmes. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Bangladesh. When the world was shutting down, MAF Bangladesh was stepping up […]

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Papua New Guinea

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programmes. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Papua New Guinea. 

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF South Sudan

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programmes. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in South Sudan.  General Information  As the world was locking down in April, South […]

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Madagascar

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programs. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Madagascar. When the world was shutting down, Madagascar was no different and […]

Read more

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Kenya

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across almost all of our programs. It has affected our staff, our ability to fly, and the people we have been able to reach. Below is a summary of how this impact has been felt in Kenya. As the world was shutting down, Kenya was no different, and […]

Read more

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