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.

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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 […]

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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. 

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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. 

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Tanzania

MAF Tanzania Country Director Stewart Ayling shares his reflections on the challenges of keeping the program running in the midst of the pandemic, whilst also prioritising the safety of the team, their partners, and the isolated people they serve.

Read more

A Community Calls for Help: MAF in Tanzania

When a young student at a boarding school in a remote area of Tanzania suffered a serious accident, the local community came together to call on MAF for help.

Read more

Restoration for Victims of War & Violence

MAF Uganda Pilot Andrew Parker recently committed to over a week away from his family in exchange for an extremely moving and life changing flight bringing women from the remote jungle in EDRC to the Panzi Hospital for restorative surgery. Read the story on the link below:

Read more

To Timor-Leste and Back

All the travel restrictions surrounding Covid-19 at the moment have presented some challenges with providing engineering support to some of our programs that don’t have resident engineers based in country. For the Timor-Leste program, what would normally be a 1 week trip for an engineer to carry out scheduled maintenance on the 2 aircraft based […]

Read more

MAF Planes Excite the Younger Generation at Toongabbie Christian College

On the 25th of September Ron Watts, Former MAF Pilot and Kylie McGillivray, had the privilege of delivering Minnie Mouse (MAF cut off plane) to the quadrangle at Toongabbie Christian College.  It was wonderful to see the excitement on the primary students faces as they saw Minnie Mouse for the very first time. 

Read more

Thank You, Max Chapman

Missionary Hudson Taylor once said, “God isn’t looking for people of great faith, but for individuals ready to follow Him.” In the world of MAF, one such individual who has faithfully followed Christ and served Him through MAF for 45 years is the legendary Max Chapman.

Read more

2,500 Bibles sent to remote tribe that once killed missionaries

A remote Papua tribe has received 2,500 Bibles 55 years after two missionaries trying to reach them with the Gospel were slain. 

Read more

MAF in Madagascar: Supporting Students to Complete Their Studies

2020 has been a time of tremendous upheaval for students the world over, and this year’s graduating classes in Madagascar are no different, having suffered the impact of Covid-19 school closures on their final year exams.

Read more

MAFs mountain airstrip in Myanmar is now 75% complete

MAF Myanmar ‘s mountainous airstrip is now 75% complete. Despite coronavirus mayhem, mountains and monsoons, Lailenpi Airstrip in Chin State is nearly finished. Seven years in the making, this extraordinary feat of aviation civil engineering is due for completion in February 2021. Here are the latest developments since the wet season has ended and and construction has resumed.

Read more

Clothing Children with Love

Clothing Children with Love: MAF’s Partnership with Global Kids Clothes and Crisis Accommodation Gove. Earlier this year we shared with you a need to launch an emergency flight program in Arnhem Land. Thanks to your generous partnership, this program is now providing emergency flights to those escaping from life-threatening domestic violence situations around the homelands of Arnhem […]

Read more

An Interview with Richie Axon serving in Papua New Guinea

MAF Australia’s Richie Axon has served as a pilot in Papua New Guinea since 2010. Along with his family, he is based in Telefomin, an outstation in the west of Papua New Guinea. What’s your story? Where are you from? I grew up with parents who followed Jesus. We moved around when I was a […]

Read more

MAF Pilot, Steven Biggs – stranded but steadfast about the future

As the world navigates new quarantine restrictions, Australian MAF Pilot Steven Biggs, finds himself stuck in southeast Kent having had two Brisbane bound flights cancelled. MAF UK’s Claire Gilderson caught up with Steven in the UK about his future plans and what MAF in West Africa might look like, the other side of the pandemic…. […]

Read more

When God wants to save a life – Medevac in Kenya

On Friday May 29, 2020, MAF pilot Daniel Loewen-Rudgers flew a medevac flight for two babies with heart conditions. The flight enabled the babies to reach hospital in time but it was the actions of many Christians working together that allowed God’s purposes to prevail. ‘It is one of those flights you go to bed […]

Read more

One Final Emergency: MAF in Uganda

Back in March 2020, MAF was able to answer one last emergency before lockdown in Uganda grounded all of our operations for many weeks. David and Rose-Mary Salmon have been living in North Uganda for many years working with ex-child soldiers near Gulu. In March, Rose-Mary fell seriously ill and remaining remotely would have been extremely risky for her health.  MAF was able to fly them out to Entebbe on our last flight back in March when restrictions were put in place.David and Rose-Mary wrote this letter of thanks to God for all they have seen of His faithfulness to them over the years.

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

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Tanzania

MAF Tanzania Country Director Stewart Ayling shares his reflections on the challenges of keeping the program running in the midst of the pandemic, whilst also prioritising the safety of the team, their partners, and the isolated people they serve.

Read more

A Community Calls for Help: MAF in Tanzania

When a young student at a boarding school in a remote area of Tanzania suffered a serious accident, the local community came together to call on MAF for help.

Read more

Restoration for Victims of War & Violence

MAF Uganda Pilot Andrew Parker recently committed to over a week away from his family in exchange for an extremely moving and life changing flight bringing women from the remote jungle in EDRC to the Panzi Hospital for restorative surgery. Read the story on the link below:

Read more

To Timor-Leste and Back

All the travel restrictions surrounding Covid-19 at the moment have presented some challenges with providing engineering support to some of our programs that don’t have resident engineers based in country. For the Timor-Leste program, what would normally be a 1 week trip for an engineer to carry out scheduled maintenance on the 2 aircraft based […]

Read more

MAF Planes Excite the Younger Generation at Toongabbie Christian College

On the 25th of September Ron Watts, Former MAF Pilot and Kylie McGillivray, had the privilege of delivering Minnie Mouse (MAF cut off plane) to the quadrangle at Toongabbie Christian College.  It was wonderful to see the excitement on the primary students faces as they saw Minnie Mouse for the very first time. 

Read more

Thank You, Max Chapman

Missionary Hudson Taylor once said, “God isn’t looking for people of great faith, but for individuals ready to follow Him.” In the world of MAF, one such individual who has faithfully followed Christ and served Him through MAF for 45 years is the legendary Max Chapman.

Read more

2,500 Bibles sent to remote tribe that once killed missionaries

A remote Papua tribe has received 2,500 Bibles 55 years after two missionaries trying to reach them with the Gospel were slain. 

Read more

MAF in Madagascar: Supporting Students to Complete Their Studies

2020 has been a time of tremendous upheaval for students the world over, and this year’s graduating classes in Madagascar are no different, having suffered the impact of Covid-19 school closures on their final year exams.

Read more

MAFs mountain airstrip in Myanmar is now 75% complete

MAF Myanmar ‘s mountainous airstrip is now 75% complete. Despite coronavirus mayhem, mountains and monsoons, Lailenpi Airstrip in Chin State is nearly finished. Seven years in the making, this extraordinary feat of aviation civil engineering is due for completion in February 2021. Here are the latest developments since the wet season has ended and and construction has resumed.

Read more

Clothing Children with Love

Clothing Children with Love: MAF’s Partnership with Global Kids Clothes and Crisis Accommodation Gove. Earlier this year we shared with you a need to launch an emergency flight program in Arnhem Land. Thanks to your generous partnership, this program is now providing emergency flights to those escaping from life-threatening domestic violence situations around the homelands of Arnhem […]

Read more

An Interview with Richie Axon serving in Papua New Guinea

MAF Australia’s Richie Axon has served as a pilot in Papua New Guinea since 2010. Along with his family, he is based in Telefomin, an outstation in the west of Papua New Guinea. What’s your story? Where are you from? I grew up with parents who followed Jesus. We moved around when I was a […]

Read more

MAF Pilot, Steven Biggs – stranded but steadfast about the future

As the world navigates new quarantine restrictions, Australian MAF Pilot Steven Biggs, finds himself stuck in southeast Kent having had two Brisbane bound flights cancelled. MAF UK’s Claire Gilderson caught up with Steven in the UK about his future plans and what MAF in West Africa might look like, the other side of the pandemic…. […]

Read more

When God wants to save a life – Medevac in Kenya

On Friday May 29, 2020, MAF pilot Daniel Loewen-Rudgers flew a medevac flight for two babies with heart conditions. The flight enabled the babies to reach hospital in time but it was the actions of many Christians working together that allowed God’s purposes to prevail. ‘It is one of those flights you go to bed […]

Read more

One Final Emergency: MAF in Uganda

Back in March 2020, MAF was able to answer one last emergency before lockdown in Uganda grounded all of our operations for many weeks. David and Rose-Mary Salmon have been living in North Uganda for many years working with ex-child soldiers near Gulu. In March, Rose-Mary fell seriously ill and remaining remotely would have been extremely risky for her health.  MAF was able to fly them out to Entebbe on our last flight back in March when restrictions were put in place.David and Rose-Mary wrote this letter of thanks to God for all they have seen of His faithfulness to them over the years.

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

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Tanzania

MAF Tanzania Country Director Stewart Ayling shares his reflections on the challenges of keeping the program running in the midst of the pandemic, whilst also prioritising the safety of the team, their partners, and the isolated people they serve.

Read more

A Community Calls for Help: MAF in Tanzania

When a young student at a boarding school in a remote area of Tanzania suffered a serious accident, the local community came together to call on MAF for help.

Read more

Restoration for Victims of War & Violence

MAF Uganda Pilot Andrew Parker recently committed to over a week away from his family in exchange for an extremely moving and life changing flight bringing women from the remote jungle in EDRC to the Panzi Hospital for restorative surgery. Read the story on the link below:

Read more

To Timor-Leste and Back

All the travel restrictions surrounding Covid-19 at the moment have presented some challenges with providing engineering support to some of our programs that don’t have resident engineers based in country. For the Timor-Leste program, what would normally be a 1 week trip for an engineer to carry out scheduled maintenance on the 2 aircraft based […]

Read more

MAF Planes Excite the Younger Generation at Toongabbie Christian College

On the 25th of September Ron Watts, Former MAF Pilot and Kylie McGillivray, had the privilege of delivering Minnie Mouse (MAF cut off plane) to the quadrangle at Toongabbie Christian College.  It was wonderful to see the excitement on the primary students faces as they saw Minnie Mouse for the very first time. 

Read more

Thank You, Max Chapman

Missionary Hudson Taylor once said, “God isn’t looking for people of great faith, but for individuals ready to follow Him.” In the world of MAF, one such individual who has faithfully followed Christ and served Him through MAF for 45 years is the legendary Max Chapman.

Read more

2,500 Bibles sent to remote tribe that once killed missionaries

A remote Papua tribe has received 2,500 Bibles 55 years after two missionaries trying to reach them with the Gospel were slain. 

Read more

MAF in Madagascar: Supporting Students to Complete Their Studies

2020 has been a time of tremendous upheaval for students the world over, and this year’s graduating classes in Madagascar are no different, having suffered the impact of Covid-19 school closures on their final year exams.

Read more

MAFs mountain airstrip in Myanmar is now 75% complete

MAF Myanmar ‘s mountainous airstrip is now 75% complete. Despite coronavirus mayhem, mountains and monsoons, Lailenpi Airstrip in Chin State is nearly finished. Seven years in the making, this extraordinary feat of aviation civil engineering is due for completion in February 2021. Here are the latest developments since the wet season has ended and and construction has resumed.

Read more

Clothing Children with Love

Clothing Children with Love: MAF’s Partnership with Global Kids Clothes and Crisis Accommodation Gove. Earlier this year we shared with you a need to launch an emergency flight program in Arnhem Land. Thanks to your generous partnership, this program is now providing emergency flights to those escaping from life-threatening domestic violence situations around the homelands of Arnhem […]

Read more

An Interview with Richie Axon serving in Papua New Guinea

MAF Australia’s Richie Axon has served as a pilot in Papua New Guinea since 2010. Along with his family, he is based in Telefomin, an outstation in the west of Papua New Guinea. What’s your story? Where are you from? I grew up with parents who followed Jesus. We moved around when I was a […]

Read more

MAF Pilot, Steven Biggs – stranded but steadfast about the future

As the world navigates new quarantine restrictions, Australian MAF Pilot Steven Biggs, finds himself stuck in southeast Kent having had two Brisbane bound flights cancelled. MAF UK’s Claire Gilderson caught up with Steven in the UK about his future plans and what MAF in West Africa might look like, the other side of the pandemic…. […]

Read more

When God wants to save a life – Medevac in Kenya

On Friday May 29, 2020, MAF pilot Daniel Loewen-Rudgers flew a medevac flight for two babies with heart conditions. The flight enabled the babies to reach hospital in time but it was the actions of many Christians working together that allowed God’s purposes to prevail. ‘It is one of those flights you go to bed […]

Read more

One Final Emergency: MAF in Uganda

Back in March 2020, MAF was able to answer one last emergency before lockdown in Uganda grounded all of our operations for many weeks. David and Rose-Mary Salmon have been living in North Uganda for many years working with ex-child soldiers near Gulu. In March, Rose-Mary fell seriously ill and remaining remotely would have been extremely risky for her health.  MAF was able to fly them out to Entebbe on our last flight back in March when restrictions were put in place.David and Rose-Mary wrote this letter of thanks to God for all they have seen of His faithfulness to them over the years.

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

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Tanzania

MAF Tanzania Country Director Stewart Ayling shares his reflections on the challenges of keeping the program running in the midst of the pandemic, whilst also prioritising the safety of the team, their partners, and the isolated people they serve.

Read more

A Community Calls for Help: MAF in Tanzania

When a young student at a boarding school in a remote area of Tanzania suffered a serious accident, the local community came together to call on MAF for help.

Read more

Restoration for Victims of War & Violence

MAF Uganda Pilot Andrew Parker recently committed to over a week away from his family in exchange for an extremely moving and life changing flight bringing women from the remote jungle in EDRC to the Panzi Hospital for restorative surgery. Read the story on the link below:

Read more

To Timor-Leste and Back

All the travel restrictions surrounding Covid-19 at the moment have presented some challenges with providing engineering support to some of our programs that don’t have resident engineers based in country. For the Timor-Leste program, what would normally be a 1 week trip for an engineer to carry out scheduled maintenance on the 2 aircraft based […]

Read more

MAF Planes Excite the Younger Generation at Toongabbie Christian College

On the 25th of September Ron Watts, Former MAF Pilot and Kylie McGillivray, had the privilege of delivering Minnie Mouse (MAF cut off plane) to the quadrangle at Toongabbie Christian College.  It was wonderful to see the excitement on the primary students faces as they saw Minnie Mouse for the very first time. 

Read more

Thank You, Max Chapman

Missionary Hudson Taylor once said, “God isn’t looking for people of great faith, but for individuals ready to follow Him.” In the world of MAF, one such individual who has faithfully followed Christ and served Him through MAF for 45 years is the legendary Max Chapman.

Read more

2,500 Bibles sent to remote tribe that once killed missionaries

A remote Papua tribe has received 2,500 Bibles 55 years after two missionaries trying to reach them with the Gospel were slain. 

Read more

MAF in Madagascar: Supporting Students to Complete Their Studies

2020 has been a time of tremendous upheaval for students the world over, and this year’s graduating classes in Madagascar are no different, having suffered the impact of Covid-19 school closures on their final year exams.

Read more

MAFs mountain airstrip in Myanmar is now 75% complete

MAF Myanmar ‘s mountainous airstrip is now 75% complete. Despite coronavirus mayhem, mountains and monsoons, Lailenpi Airstrip in Chin State is nearly finished. Seven years in the making, this extraordinary feat of aviation civil engineering is due for completion in February 2021. Here are the latest developments since the wet season has ended and and construction has resumed.

Read more

Clothing Children with Love

Clothing Children with Love: MAF’s Partnership with Global Kids Clothes and Crisis Accommodation Gove. Earlier this year we shared with you a need to launch an emergency flight program in Arnhem Land. Thanks to your generous partnership, this program is now providing emergency flights to those escaping from life-threatening domestic violence situations around the homelands of Arnhem […]

Read more

An Interview with Richie Axon serving in Papua New Guinea

MAF Australia’s Richie Axon has served as a pilot in Papua New Guinea since 2010. Along with his family, he is based in Telefomin, an outstation in the west of Papua New Guinea. What’s your story? Where are you from? I grew up with parents who followed Jesus. We moved around when I was a […]

Read more

MAF Pilot, Steven Biggs – stranded but steadfast about the future

As the world navigates new quarantine restrictions, Australian MAF Pilot Steven Biggs, finds himself stuck in southeast Kent having had two Brisbane bound flights cancelled. MAF UK’s Claire Gilderson caught up with Steven in the UK about his future plans and what MAF in West Africa might look like, the other side of the pandemic…. […]

Read more

When God wants to save a life – Medevac in Kenya

On Friday May 29, 2020, MAF pilot Daniel Loewen-Rudgers flew a medevac flight for two babies with heart conditions. The flight enabled the babies to reach hospital in time but it was the actions of many Christians working together that allowed God’s purposes to prevail. ‘It is one of those flights you go to bed […]

Read more

One Final Emergency: MAF in Uganda

Back in March 2020, MAF was able to answer one last emergency before lockdown in Uganda grounded all of our operations for many weeks. David and Rose-Mary Salmon have been living in North Uganda for many years working with ex-child soldiers near Gulu. In March, Rose-Mary fell seriously ill and remaining remotely would have been extremely risky for her health.  MAF was able to fly them out to Entebbe on our last flight back in March when restrictions were put in place.David and Rose-Mary wrote this letter of thanks to God for all they have seen of His faithfulness to them over the years.

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

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Tanzania

MAF Tanzania Country Director Stewart Ayling shares his reflections on the challenges of keeping the program running in the midst of the pandemic, whilst also prioritising the safety of the team, their partners, and the isolated people they serve.

Read more

A Community Calls for Help: MAF in Tanzania

When a young student at a boarding school in a remote area of Tanzania suffered a serious accident, the local community came together to call on MAF for help.

Read more

Restoration for Victims of War & Violence

MAF Uganda Pilot Andrew Parker recently committed to over a week away from his family in exchange for an extremely moving and life changing flight bringing women from the remote jungle in EDRC to the Panzi Hospital for restorative surgery. Read the story on the link below:

Read more

To Timor-Leste and Back

All the travel restrictions surrounding Covid-19 at the moment have presented some challenges with providing engineering support to some of our programs that don’t have resident engineers based in country. For the Timor-Leste program, what would normally be a 1 week trip for an engineer to carry out scheduled maintenance on the 2 aircraft based […]

Read more

MAF Planes Excite the Younger Generation at Toongabbie Christian College

On the 25th of September Ron Watts, Former MAF Pilot and Kylie McGillivray, had the privilege of delivering Minnie Mouse (MAF cut off plane) to the quadrangle at Toongabbie Christian College.  It was wonderful to see the excitement on the primary students faces as they saw Minnie Mouse for the very first time. 

Read more

Thank You, Max Chapman

Missionary Hudson Taylor once said, “God isn’t looking for people of great faith, but for individuals ready to follow Him.” In the world of MAF, one such individual who has faithfully followed Christ and served Him through MAF for 45 years is the legendary Max Chapman.

Read more

2,500 Bibles sent to remote tribe that once killed missionaries

A remote Papua tribe has received 2,500 Bibles 55 years after two missionaries trying to reach them with the Gospel were slain. 

Read more

MAF in Madagascar: Supporting Students to Complete Their Studies

2020 has been a time of tremendous upheaval for students the world over, and this year’s graduating classes in Madagascar are no different, having suffered the impact of Covid-19 school closures on their final year exams.

Read more

MAFs mountain airstrip in Myanmar is now 75% complete

MAF Myanmar ‘s mountainous airstrip is now 75% complete. Despite coronavirus mayhem, mountains and monsoons, Lailenpi Airstrip in Chin State is nearly finished. Seven years in the making, this extraordinary feat of aviation civil engineering is due for completion in February 2021. Here are the latest developments since the wet season has ended and and construction has resumed.

Read more

Clothing Children with Love

Clothing Children with Love: MAF’s Partnership with Global Kids Clothes and Crisis Accommodation Gove. Earlier this year we shared with you a need to launch an emergency flight program in Arnhem Land. Thanks to your generous partnership, this program is now providing emergency flights to those escaping from life-threatening domestic violence situations around the homelands of Arnhem […]

Read more

An Interview with Richie Axon serving in Papua New Guinea

MAF Australia’s Richie Axon has served as a pilot in Papua New Guinea since 2010. Along with his family, he is based in Telefomin, an outstation in the west of Papua New Guinea. What’s your story? Where are you from? I grew up with parents who followed Jesus. We moved around when I was a […]

Read more

MAF Pilot, Steven Biggs – stranded but steadfast about the future

As the world navigates new quarantine restrictions, Australian MAF Pilot Steven Biggs, finds himself stuck in southeast Kent having had two Brisbane bound flights cancelled. MAF UK’s Claire Gilderson caught up with Steven in the UK about his future plans and what MAF in West Africa might look like, the other side of the pandemic…. […]

Read more

When God wants to save a life – Medevac in Kenya

On Friday May 29, 2020, MAF pilot Daniel Loewen-Rudgers flew a medevac flight for two babies with heart conditions. The flight enabled the babies to reach hospital in time but it was the actions of many Christians working together that allowed God’s purposes to prevail. ‘It is one of those flights you go to bed […]

Read more

One Final Emergency: MAF in Uganda

Back in March 2020, MAF was able to answer one last emergency before lockdown in Uganda grounded all of our operations for many weeks. David and Rose-Mary Salmon have been living in North Uganda for many years working with ex-child soldiers near Gulu. In March, Rose-Mary fell seriously ill and remaining remotely would have been extremely risky for her health.  MAF was able to fly them out to Entebbe on our last flight back in March when restrictions were put in place.David and Rose-Mary wrote this letter of thanks to God for all they have seen of His faithfulness to them over the years.

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

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Tanzania

MAF Tanzania Country Director Stewart Ayling shares his reflections on the challenges of keeping the program running in the midst of the pandemic, whilst also prioritising the safety of the team, their partners, and the isolated people they serve.

Read more

A Community Calls for Help: MAF in Tanzania

When a young student at a boarding school in a remote area of Tanzania suffered a serious accident, the local community came together to call on MAF for help.

Read more

Restoration for Victims of War & Violence

MAF Uganda Pilot Andrew Parker recently committed to over a week away from his family in exchange for an extremely moving and life changing flight bringing women from the remote jungle in EDRC to the Panzi Hospital for restorative surgery. Read the story on the link below:

Read more

To Timor-Leste and Back

All the travel restrictions surrounding Covid-19 at the moment have presented some challenges with providing engineering support to some of our programs that don’t have resident engineers based in country. For the Timor-Leste program, what would normally be a 1 week trip for an engineer to carry out scheduled maintenance on the 2 aircraft based […]

Read more

MAF Planes Excite the Younger Generation at Toongabbie Christian College

On the 25th of September Ron Watts, Former MAF Pilot and Kylie McGillivray, had the privilege of delivering Minnie Mouse (MAF cut off plane) to the quadrangle at Toongabbie Christian College.  It was wonderful to see the excitement on the primary students faces as they saw Minnie Mouse for the very first time. 

Read more

Thank You, Max Chapman

Missionary Hudson Taylor once said, “God isn’t looking for people of great faith, but for individuals ready to follow Him.” In the world of MAF, one such individual who has faithfully followed Christ and served Him through MAF for 45 years is the legendary Max Chapman.

Read more

2,500 Bibles sent to remote tribe that once killed missionaries

A remote Papua tribe has received 2,500 Bibles 55 years after two missionaries trying to reach them with the Gospel were slain. 

Read more

MAF in Madagascar: Supporting Students to Complete Their Studies

2020 has been a time of tremendous upheaval for students the world over, and this year’s graduating classes in Madagascar are no different, having suffered the impact of Covid-19 school closures on their final year exams.

Read more

MAFs mountain airstrip in Myanmar is now 75% complete

MAF Myanmar ‘s mountainous airstrip is now 75% complete. Despite coronavirus mayhem, mountains and monsoons, Lailenpi Airstrip in Chin State is nearly finished. Seven years in the making, this extraordinary feat of aviation civil engineering is due for completion in February 2021. Here are the latest developments since the wet season has ended and and construction has resumed.

Read more

Clothing Children with Love

Clothing Children with Love: MAF’s Partnership with Global Kids Clothes and Crisis Accommodation Gove. Earlier this year we shared with you a need to launch an emergency flight program in Arnhem Land. Thanks to your generous partnership, this program is now providing emergency flights to those escaping from life-threatening domestic violence situations around the homelands of Arnhem […]

Read more

An Interview with Richie Axon serving in Papua New Guinea

MAF Australia’s Richie Axon has served as a pilot in Papua New Guinea since 2010. Along with his family, he is based in Telefomin, an outstation in the west of Papua New Guinea. What’s your story? Where are you from? I grew up with parents who followed Jesus. We moved around when I was a […]

Read more

MAF Pilot, Steven Biggs – stranded but steadfast about the future

As the world navigates new quarantine restrictions, Australian MAF Pilot Steven Biggs, finds himself stuck in southeast Kent having had two Brisbane bound flights cancelled. MAF UK’s Claire Gilderson caught up with Steven in the UK about his future plans and what MAF in West Africa might look like, the other side of the pandemic…. […]

Read more

When God wants to save a life – Medevac in Kenya

On Friday May 29, 2020, MAF pilot Daniel Loewen-Rudgers flew a medevac flight for two babies with heart conditions. The flight enabled the babies to reach hospital in time but it was the actions of many Christians working together that allowed God’s purposes to prevail. ‘It is one of those flights you go to bed […]

Read more

One Final Emergency: MAF in Uganda

Back in March 2020, MAF was able to answer one last emergency before lockdown in Uganda grounded all of our operations for many weeks. David and Rose-Mary Salmon have been living in North Uganda for many years working with ex-child soldiers near Gulu. In March, Rose-Mary fell seriously ill and remaining remotely would have been extremely risky for her health.  MAF was able to fly them out to Entebbe on our last flight back in March when restrictions were put in place.David and Rose-Mary wrote this letter of thanks to God for all they have seen of His faithfulness to them over the years.

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

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Tanzania

MAF Tanzania Country Director Stewart Ayling shares his reflections on the challenges of keeping the program running in the midst of the pandemic, whilst also prioritising the safety of the team, their partners, and the isolated people they serve.

Read more

A Community Calls for Help: MAF in Tanzania

When a young student at a boarding school in a remote area of Tanzania suffered a serious accident, the local community came together to call on MAF for help.

Read more

Restoration for Victims of War & Violence

MAF Uganda Pilot Andrew Parker recently committed to over a week away from his family in exchange for an extremely moving and life changing flight bringing women from the remote jungle in EDRC to the Panzi Hospital for restorative surgery. Read the story on the link below:

Read more

To Timor-Leste and Back

All the travel restrictions surrounding Covid-19 at the moment have presented some challenges with providing engineering support to some of our programs that don’t have resident engineers based in country. For the Timor-Leste program, what would normally be a 1 week trip for an engineer to carry out scheduled maintenance on the 2 aircraft based […]

Read more

MAF Planes Excite the Younger Generation at Toongabbie Christian College

On the 25th of September Ron Watts, Former MAF Pilot and Kylie McGillivray, had the privilege of delivering Minnie Mouse (MAF cut off plane) to the quadrangle at Toongabbie Christian College.  It was wonderful to see the excitement on the primary students faces as they saw Minnie Mouse for the very first time. 

Read more

Thank You, Max Chapman

Missionary Hudson Taylor once said, “God isn’t looking for people of great faith, but for individuals ready to follow Him.” In the world of MAF, one such individual who has faithfully followed Christ and served Him through MAF for 45 years is the legendary Max Chapman.

Read more

2,500 Bibles sent to remote tribe that once killed missionaries

A remote Papua tribe has received 2,500 Bibles 55 years after two missionaries trying to reach them with the Gospel were slain. 

Read more

MAF in Madagascar: Supporting Students to Complete Their Studies

2020 has been a time of tremendous upheaval for students the world over, and this year’s graduating classes in Madagascar are no different, having suffered the impact of Covid-19 school closures on their final year exams.

Read more

MAFs mountain airstrip in Myanmar is now 75% complete

MAF Myanmar ‘s mountainous airstrip is now 75% complete. Despite coronavirus mayhem, mountains and monsoons, Lailenpi Airstrip in Chin State is nearly finished. Seven years in the making, this extraordinary feat of aviation civil engineering is due for completion in February 2021. Here are the latest developments since the wet season has ended and and construction has resumed.

Read more

Clothing Children with Love

Clothing Children with Love: MAF’s Partnership with Global Kids Clothes and Crisis Accommodation Gove. Earlier this year we shared with you a need to launch an emergency flight program in Arnhem Land. Thanks to your generous partnership, this program is now providing emergency flights to those escaping from life-threatening domestic violence situations around the homelands of Arnhem […]

Read more

An Interview with Richie Axon serving in Papua New Guinea

MAF Australia’s Richie Axon has served as a pilot in Papua New Guinea since 2010. Along with his family, he is based in Telefomin, an outstation in the west of Papua New Guinea. What’s your story? Where are you from? I grew up with parents who followed Jesus. We moved around when I was a […]

Read more

MAF Pilot, Steven Biggs – stranded but steadfast about the future

As the world navigates new quarantine restrictions, Australian MAF Pilot Steven Biggs, finds himself stuck in southeast Kent having had two Brisbane bound flights cancelled. MAF UK’s Claire Gilderson caught up with Steven in the UK about his future plans and what MAF in West Africa might look like, the other side of the pandemic…. […]

Read more

When God wants to save a life – Medevac in Kenya

On Friday May 29, 2020, MAF pilot Daniel Loewen-Rudgers flew a medevac flight for two babies with heart conditions. The flight enabled the babies to reach hospital in time but it was the actions of many Christians working together that allowed God’s purposes to prevail. ‘It is one of those flights you go to bed […]

Read more

One Final Emergency: MAF in Uganda

Back in March 2020, MAF was able to answer one last emergency before lockdown in Uganda grounded all of our operations for many weeks. David and Rose-Mary Salmon have been living in North Uganda for many years working with ex-child soldiers near Gulu. In March, Rose-Mary fell seriously ill and remaining remotely would have been extremely risky for her health.  MAF was able to fly them out to Entebbe on our last flight back in March when restrictions were put in place.David and Rose-Mary wrote this letter of thanks to God for all they have seen of His faithfulness to them over the years.

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

A Reflection of 2020 – MAF Tanzania

MAF Tanzania Country Director Stewart Ayling shares his reflections on the challenges of keeping the program running in the midst of the pandemic, whilst also prioritising the safety of the team, their partners, and the isolated people they serve.

Read more

A Community Calls for Help: MAF in Tanzania

When a young student at a boarding school in a remote area of Tanzania suffered a serious accident, the local community came together to call on MAF for help.

Read more

Restoration for Victims of War & Violence

MAF Uganda Pilot Andrew Parker recently committed to over a week away from his family in exchange for an extremely moving and life changing flight bringing women from the remote jungle in EDRC to the Panzi Hospital for restorative surgery. Read the story on the link below:

Read more

To Timor-Leste and Back

All the travel restrictions surrounding Covid-19 at the moment have presented some challenges with providing engineering support to some of our programs that don’t have resident engineers based in country. For the Timor-Leste program, what would normally be a 1 week trip for an engineer to carry out scheduled maintenance on the 2 aircraft based […]

Read more

MAF Planes Excite the Younger Generation at Toongabbie Christian College

On the 25th of September Ron Watts, Former MAF Pilot and Kylie McGillivray, had the privilege of delivering Minnie Mouse (MAF cut off plane) to the quadrangle at Toongabbie Christian College.  It was wonderful to see the excitement on the primary students faces as they saw Minnie Mouse for the very first time. 

Read more

Thank You, Max Chapman

Missionary Hudson Taylor once said, “God isn’t looking for people of great faith, but for individuals ready to follow Him.” In the world of MAF, one such individual who has faithfully followed Christ and served Him through MAF for 45 years is the legendary Max Chapman.

Read more

2,500 Bibles sent to remote tribe that once killed missionaries

A remote Papua tribe has received 2,500 Bibles 55 years after two missionaries trying to reach them with the Gospel were slain. 

Read more

MAF in Madagascar: Supporting Students to Complete Their Studies

2020 has been a time of tremendous upheaval for students the world over, and this year’s graduating classes in Madagascar are no different, having suffered the impact of Covid-19 school closures on their final year exams.

Read more

MAFs mountain airstrip in Myanmar is now 75% complete

MAF Myanmar ‘s mountainous airstrip is now 75% complete. Despite coronavirus mayhem, mountains and monsoons, Lailenpi Airstrip in Chin State is nearly finished. Seven years in the making, this extraordinary feat of aviation civil engineering is due for completion in February 2021. Here are the latest developments since the wet season has ended and and construction has resumed.

Read more

Clothing Children with Love

Clothing Children with Love: MAF’s Partnership with Global Kids Clothes and Crisis Accommodation Gove. Earlier this year we shared with you a need to launch an emergency flight program in Arnhem Land. Thanks to your generous partnership, this program is now providing emergency flights to those escaping from life-threatening domestic violence situations around the homelands of Arnhem […]

Read more

An Interview with Richie Axon serving in Papua New Guinea

MAF Australia’s Richie Axon has served as a pilot in Papua New Guinea since 2010. Along with his family, he is based in Telefomin, an outstation in the west of Papua New Guinea. What’s your story? Where are you from? I grew up with parents who followed Jesus. We moved around when I was a […]

Read more

MAF Pilot, Steven Biggs – stranded but steadfast about the future

As the world navigates new quarantine restrictions, Australian MAF Pilot Steven Biggs, finds himself stuck in southeast Kent having had two Brisbane bound flights cancelled. MAF UK’s Claire Gilderson caught up with Steven in the UK about his future plans and what MAF in West Africa might look like, the other side of the pandemic…. […]

Read more

When God wants to save a life – Medevac in Kenya

On Friday May 29, 2020, MAF pilot Daniel Loewen-Rudgers flew a medevac flight for two babies with heart conditions. The flight enabled the babies to reach hospital in time but it was the actions of many Christians working together that allowed God’s purposes to prevail. ‘It is one of those flights you go to bed […]

Read more

One Final Emergency: MAF in Uganda

Back in March 2020, MAF was able to answer one last emergency before lockdown in Uganda grounded all of our operations for many weeks. David and Rose-Mary Salmon have been living in North Uganda for many years working with ex-child soldiers near Gulu. In March, Rose-Mary fell seriously ill and remaining remotely would have been extremely risky for her health.  MAF was able to fly them out to Entebbe on our last flight back in March when restrictions were put in place.David and Rose-Mary wrote this letter of thanks to God for all they have seen of His faithfulness to them over the years.

Read more

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