The Re-Opening of Koblagué Airstrip – MAF in Chad

In MAF we love opening new airstrips. For MAF, it represents the potential to reach more people with the love of Christ through aviation and technology. A new airstrip represents entire new communities with the potential to be transformed physically and spiritually.

Read More

The Garrthalala Church – MAF in Arnhem Land

MAF’s Area Communications Officer in Arnhem Land, Divyan Ahimaz, tells of a recent trip he made on a MAF plane, flying out to a homeland for church!

Read More

Mike Alpha India

A recount of Senior Instructor Andrew Little’s 7 hour ferry flight from Mareeba to Mt Hagen to bring a brand new Cessna 208 to the PNG programme.

Read More

Cyclone Idai Disaster Response Update – Mozambique

Cyclone Idai struck Mozambique March 14-15, 2019, causing flooding and destruction. The Ambassador Aviation (MAF) team in Mozambique continues their Cyclone Idai disaster response work. The team is working out of Beira, Mozambique and are using one Cessna 208 Caravan from the Nampula, Mozambique base.

Read More

The Re-Opening of Koblagué Airstrip – MAF in Chad

In MAF we love opening new airstrips. For MAF, it represents the potential to reach more people with the love of Christ through aviation and technology. A new airstrip represents entire new communities with the potential to be transformed physically and spiritually.

Read More

The Garrthalala Church – MAF in Arnhem Land

MAF’s Area Communications Officer in Arnhem Land, Divyan Ahimaz, tells of a recent trip he made on a MAF plane, flying out to a homeland for church!

Read More

Mike Alpha India

A recount of Senior Instructor Andrew Little’s 7 hour ferry flight from Mareeba to Mt Hagen to bring a brand new Cessna 208 to the PNG programme.

Read More

Cyclone Idai Disaster Response Update – Mozambique

Cyclone Idai struck Mozambique March 14-15, 2019, causing flooding and destruction. The Ambassador Aviation (MAF) team in Mozambique continues their Cyclone Idai disaster response work. The team is working out of Beira, Mozambique and are using one Cessna 208 Caravan from the Nampula, Mozambique base.

Read More

The Re-Opening of Koblagué Airstrip – MAF in Chad

In MAF we love opening new airstrips. For MAF, it represents the potential to reach more people with the love of Christ through aviation and technology. A new airstrip represents entire new communities with the potential to be transformed physically and spiritually.

Read More

The Garrthalala Church – MAF in Arnhem Land

MAF’s Area Communications Officer in Arnhem Land, Divyan Ahimaz, tells of a recent trip he made on a MAF plane, flying out to a homeland for church!

Read More

Mike Alpha India

A recount of Senior Instructor Andrew Little’s 7 hour ferry flight from Mareeba to Mt Hagen to bring a brand new Cessna 208 to the PNG programme.

Read More

Cyclone Idai Disaster Response Update – Mozambique

Cyclone Idai struck Mozambique March 14-15, 2019, causing flooding and destruction. The Ambassador Aviation (MAF) team in Mozambique continues their Cyclone Idai disaster response work. The team is working out of Beira, Mozambique and are using one Cessna 208 Caravan from the Nampula, Mozambique base.

Read More

The Re-Opening of Koblagué Airstrip – MAF in Chad

In MAF we love opening new airstrips. For MAF, it represents the potential to reach more people with the love of Christ through aviation and technology. A new airstrip represents entire new communities with the potential to be transformed physically and spiritually.

Read More

The Garrthalala Church – MAF in Arnhem Land

MAF’s Area Communications Officer in Arnhem Land, Divyan Ahimaz, tells of a recent trip he made on a MAF plane, flying out to a homeland for church!

Read More

Mike Alpha India

A recount of Senior Instructor Andrew Little’s 7 hour ferry flight from Mareeba to Mt Hagen to bring a brand new Cessna 208 to the PNG programme.

Read More

Cyclone Idai Disaster Response Update – Mozambique

Cyclone Idai struck Mozambique March 14-15, 2019, causing flooding and destruction. The Ambassador Aviation (MAF) team in Mozambique continues their Cyclone Idai disaster response work. The team is working out of Beira, Mozambique and are using one Cessna 208 Caravan from the Nampula, Mozambique base.

Read More

The Re-Opening of Koblagué Airstrip – MAF in Chad

In MAF we love opening new airstrips. For MAF, it represents the potential to reach more people with the love of Christ through aviation and technology. A new airstrip represents entire new communities with the potential to be transformed physically and spiritually.

Read More

The Garrthalala Church – MAF in Arnhem Land

MAF’s Area Communications Officer in Arnhem Land, Divyan Ahimaz, tells of a recent trip he made on a MAF plane, flying out to a homeland for church!

Read More

Mike Alpha India

A recount of Senior Instructor Andrew Little’s 7 hour ferry flight from Mareeba to Mt Hagen to bring a brand new Cessna 208 to the PNG programme.

Read More

Cyclone Idai Disaster Response Update – Mozambique

Cyclone Idai struck Mozambique March 14-15, 2019, causing flooding and destruction. The Ambassador Aviation (MAF) team in Mozambique continues their Cyclone Idai disaster response work. The team is working out of Beira, Mozambique and are using one Cessna 208 Caravan from the Nampula, Mozambique base.

Read More

The Re-Opening of Koblagué Airstrip – MAF in Chad

In MAF we love opening new airstrips. For MAF, it represents the potential to reach more people with the love of Christ through aviation and technology. A new airstrip represents entire new communities with the potential to be transformed physically and spiritually.

Read More

The Garrthalala Church – MAF in Arnhem Land

MAF’s Area Communications Officer in Arnhem Land, Divyan Ahimaz, tells of a recent trip he made on a MAF plane, flying out to a homeland for church!

Read More

Mike Alpha India

A recount of Senior Instructor Andrew Little’s 7 hour ferry flight from Mareeba to Mt Hagen to bring a brand new Cessna 208 to the PNG programme.

Read More

Cyclone Idai Disaster Response Update – Mozambique

Cyclone Idai struck Mozambique March 14-15, 2019, causing flooding and destruction. The Ambassador Aviation (MAF) team in Mozambique continues their Cyclone Idai disaster response work. The team is working out of Beira, Mozambique and are using one Cessna 208 Caravan from the Nampula, Mozambique base.

Read More

The Re-Opening of Koblagué Airstrip – MAF in Chad

In MAF we love opening new airstrips. For MAF, it represents the potential to reach more people with the love of Christ through aviation and technology. A new airstrip represents entire new communities with the potential to be transformed physically and spiritually.

Read More

The Garrthalala Church – MAF in Arnhem Land

MAF’s Area Communications Officer in Arnhem Land, Divyan Ahimaz, tells of a recent trip he made on a MAF plane, flying out to a homeland for church!

Read More

Mike Alpha India

A recount of Senior Instructor Andrew Little’s 7 hour ferry flight from Mareeba to Mt Hagen to bring a brand new Cessna 208 to the PNG programme.

Read More

Cyclone Idai Disaster Response Update – Mozambique

Cyclone Idai struck Mozambique March 14-15, 2019, causing flooding and destruction. The Ambassador Aviation (MAF) team in Mozambique continues their Cyclone Idai disaster response work. The team is working out of Beira, Mozambique and are using one Cessna 208 Caravan from the Nampula, Mozambique base.

Read More

The Re-Opening of Koblagué Airstrip – MAF in Chad

In MAF we love opening new airstrips. For MAF, it represents the potential to reach more people with the love of Christ through aviation and technology. A new airstrip represents entire new communities with the potential to be transformed physically and spiritually.

Read More

The Garrthalala Church – MAF in Arnhem Land

MAF’s Area Communications Officer in Arnhem Land, Divyan Ahimaz, tells of a recent trip he made on a MAF plane, flying out to a homeland for church!

Read More

Mike Alpha India

A recount of Senior Instructor Andrew Little’s 7 hour ferry flight from Mareeba to Mt Hagen to bring a brand new Cessna 208 to the PNG programme.

Read More

Cyclone Idai Disaster Response Update – Mozambique

Cyclone Idai struck Mozambique March 14-15, 2019, causing flooding and destruction. The Ambassador Aviation (MAF) team in Mozambique continues their Cyclone Idai disaster response work. The team is working out of Beira, Mozambique and are using one Cessna 208 Caravan from the Nampula, Mozambique base.

Read More

The Re-Opening of Koblagué Airstrip – MAF in Chad

In MAF we love opening new airstrips. For MAF, it represents the potential to reach more people with the love of Christ through aviation and technology. A new airstrip represents entire new communities with the potential to be transformed physically and spiritually.

Read more

The Garrthalala Church – MAF in Arnhem Land

MAF’s Area Communications Officer in Arnhem Land, Divyan Ahimaz, tells of a recent trip he made on a MAF plane, flying out to a homeland for church!

Read more

Mike Alpha India

A recount of Senior Instructor Andrew Little’s 7 hour ferry flight from Mareeba to Mt Hagen to bring a brand new Cessna 208 to the PNG programme.

Read more

Cyclone Idai Disaster Response Update – Mozambique

Cyclone Idai struck Mozambique March 14-15, 2019, causing flooding and destruction. The Ambassador Aviation (MAF) team in Mozambique continues their Cyclone Idai disaster response work. The team is working out of Beira, Mozambique and are using one Cessna 208 Caravan from the Nampula, Mozambique base.

Read more

Multiple Marsabit Medevacs – Kenya

NGO’s and missionaries in northern Kenya rely on MAF Kenya’s Cessna 206, a 6-seater aeroplane based in Loglogo, to bring them quickly and safely to their destinations, either in remote bush villages or where civilization provides services when they are in dire need of them. MAF pilot Melvin Peters recently carried out three medevacs (medical evacuations) within a short period of time.

Read more

Precious in God’s Site – An Update on a Medevac from 9 years ago

Every year MAF PNG does somewhere in the region of 400 medevacs. Each person has their story; each one is a life; each one is precious in God’s sight.

Read more

Happy World Radio Day!

Happy World Radio Day! At Technology Services PNG we are excited to shine the light on how important radio communication is. Constant, reliable communication still matters. It’s money saving, time saving, and most importantly, lifesaving.

Read more

Kompiam District Hospital Outreach – PNG

Thank you to MAF for being so willing to partner with Kompiam District Hospital to make outreach visits to the remotest parts of Papua New Guinea possible.

Read more

How Working for MAF has Changed My Life

MAF Canada’s Tim Bax recently spent some time in Papua New Guinea. While he took away a wide range of impressions from his time in PNG, the most indelible impression left upon him was the profound impact MAF is having on the lives of our national workers, many of whom have been serving with MAF for decades.

Read more

Microlet, Motorbike and a MAF plane

Have you ever looked at a photo in a MAF magazine or on a website and wondered, “I wonder what it’s really like to work there?” For most people traveling to the remote locations where MAF serves will never become reality and remain just a thought. But in August 2018, a group of seven Australians, aged from 15 years to 70 plus, accompanied by MAF Australia General Manager Ian McDougall, made the trip to Timor-Leste to see just what life and service there is really like.

Read more

Unscheduled Opportunities to Serve

An ordinary day for MAF’s Andrew Macdonald soon offers an extraordinary opportunity to serve. The Arnhem Land programme has conducted 839 medical flights in 2017 alone, with a 9 of them being emergency medevac flights such as this.

Read more

Inspiring Young Hearts

MAF Uganda recently hosted a field trip to their airfield. Some of the boys were so impacted they are now talking of becoming pilots one day. It gave them a strong sense of value to be given this opportunity. Who knows what will eventuate from this day out in Kajjansi airfield. One thing is clear, it was a lifetime highlight for these kids who will live off the memory for a very long time.

Read more

A Call for Help from Garrthalala – MAF in Arnhem Land

“Many of the phone calls I take each day are pretty mundane. Today, I took the call for this flight and I’m glad to have played a part in making this come together quickly. A fantastic result considering the initial contact suggested it could have gone the other way.” – Rhys Morrell, MAF Arnhem Land.

Read more

Trusting God in the Middle of Tragedy – MAF in Sulawesi, Indonesia

Alfa Kawengian’s father-in-law, Laurens, died in the massive earthquake and tsunami on 28 September that devastated the city of Palu on Indonesia’s Sulawesi Island. His mother-in-law Maryam miraculously survived. Alfa is Assistant Flight Ops Manager in Yayasan MAF Indonesia’s Papua program and he joined MAF’s Disaster Response team in Palu to assist in ground operations. While in Palu, he visited the site where Laurens died with MAF’s Evrin Pratama. Read his story here.

Read more

Medicine for 1500 People – MAF in Sulawesi, Indonesia

Focus on Partnership: Operation Blessing’s Indonesian branch, Obor Berkat (OBI), sent two teams of doctors to Palu just days after the earthquake and tsunami devastated the city leaving homeless and injured residents setting up makeshift tented camps across the town.

The doctor/nurse teams began holding clinics, moving from camp to camp, trying to provide basic care, but Mark McClendon, who was overseeing the operation, was struggling to get their cargo of medicine to Palu until MAF came to hlep.

“MAF sent medicines for 1500 people on their plane so that our medical teams can be resupplied today just in time. Tomorrow morning all of our teams will hit the ground with meds. We’re targeting a minimum of 10,000 patients the first month.”

Read more

A Miraculous Reunion Story – MAF in Sulawesi, Indonesia

A team of MAF Staff from Papua have been in Sulawesi helping with the tsunami recovery efforts. One of the team members, Stanley, flew into a village to deliver supplies and miraculously and quite by chance met up with his in-law family that hadn’t been heard from since the disaster.

Read more

Cut Off – MAF in Sulawesi, Indonesia

The community of Kulawi, tucked in the mountains south of Palu in Indonesia, did not make international news when a 7.5 magnitude earthquake struck on 28 September. It was not in the path of the tsunami that followed. Houses weren’t sucked into mud like in Palu. But homes and buildings around Kulawi did crumble in random fashion – lightly in one village, entirely in another. And until some major excavation takes place, the area is left isolated between multiple landslides that have cut off access in or out except by foot or air.

Read more

In Just One Day – MAF in Sulawesi, Indonesia

It was a busy Monday (October 8th) for the team of pilots and ground staff in Palu Indonesia for both Yayasan MAF Indonesian’s Kodiak and Helivida’s helicopter, delivering food, a full plane of medicine, two medical evacuations, and flying doctors in and out of two communities cut off by damaged roads.

Read more

MAF responds to earthquake and tsunami in Sulawesi, Indonesia

MAF’s Disaster Response Team along with our programs in Papua and Kalimantan, is responding to the disaster on Sulawesi Island, Indonesia, caused by a 7.4 earthquake and subsequent tsunami that occurred on Friday, 28 September. MAF has been coordinating with partner organizations, including Ethnos360 Aviation, Helivida, and ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance (AHA) to plan a response.

Read more

CRMF Bible Box Testimonies, Prayer Requests and Statistics

The Bible Box is a project that both MAF and CRMF partner together on. It’s quite a simple idea, but it’s life-changing for people who have no access to Christian resources and Bibles. Here are some stories and testimonies from our MAF Australia pilots and MAF Papua New Guinea staff who help hand out these valuable resources.

Read more

The Re-Opening of Koblagué Airstrip – MAF in Chad

In MAF we love opening new airstrips. For MAF, it represents the potential to reach more people with the love of Christ through aviation and technology. A new airstrip represents entire new communities with the potential to be transformed physically and spiritually.

Read more

The Garrthalala Church – MAF in Arnhem Land

MAF’s Area Communications Officer in Arnhem Land, Divyan Ahimaz, tells of a recent trip he made on a MAF plane, flying out to a homeland for church!

Read more

Mike Alpha India

A recount of Senior Instructor Andrew Little’s 7 hour ferry flight from Mareeba to Mt Hagen to bring a brand new Cessna 208 to the PNG programme.

Read more

Cyclone Idai Disaster Response Update – Mozambique

Cyclone Idai struck Mozambique March 14-15, 2019, causing flooding and destruction. The Ambassador Aviation (MAF) team in Mozambique continues their Cyclone Idai disaster response work. The team is working out of Beira, Mozambique and are using one Cessna 208 Caravan from the Nampula, Mozambique base.

Read more

Multiple Marsabit Medevacs – Kenya

NGO’s and missionaries in northern Kenya rely on MAF Kenya’s Cessna 206, a 6-seater aeroplane based in Loglogo, to bring them quickly and safely to their destinations, either in remote bush villages or where civilization provides services when they are in dire need of them. MAF pilot Melvin Peters recently carried out three medevacs (medical evacuations) within a short period of time.

Read more

Precious in God’s Site – An Update on a Medevac from 9 years ago

Every year MAF PNG does somewhere in the region of 400 medevacs. Each person has their story; each one is a life; each one is precious in God’s sight.

Read more

Happy World Radio Day!

Happy World Radio Day! At Technology Services PNG we are excited to shine the light on how important radio communication is. Constant, reliable communication still matters. It’s money saving, time saving, and most importantly, lifesaving.

Read more

Kompiam District Hospital Outreach – PNG

Thank you to MAF for being so willing to partner with Kompiam District Hospital to make outreach visits to the remotest parts of Papua New Guinea possible.

Read more

How Working for MAF has Changed My Life

MAF Canada’s Tim Bax recently spent some time in Papua New Guinea. While he took away a wide range of impressions from his time in PNG, the most indelible impression left upon him was the profound impact MAF is having on the lives of our national workers, many of whom have been serving with MAF for decades.

Read more

Microlet, Motorbike and a MAF plane

Have you ever looked at a photo in a MAF magazine or on a website and wondered, “I wonder what it’s really like to work there?” For most people traveling to the remote locations where MAF serves will never become reality and remain just a thought. But in August 2018, a group of seven Australians, aged from 15 years to 70 plus, accompanied by MAF Australia General Manager Ian McDougall, made the trip to Timor-Leste to see just what life and service there is really like.

Read more

Unscheduled Opportunities to Serve

An ordinary day for MAF’s Andrew Macdonald soon offers an extraordinary opportunity to serve. The Arnhem Land programme has conducted 839 medical flights in 2017 alone, with a 9 of them being emergency medevac flights such as this.

Read more

Inspiring Young Hearts

MAF Uganda recently hosted a field trip to their airfield. Some of the boys were so impacted they are now talking of becoming pilots one day. It gave them a strong sense of value to be given this opportunity. Who knows what will eventuate from this day out in Kajjansi airfield. One thing is clear, it was a lifetime highlight for these kids who will live off the memory for a very long time.

Read more

A Call for Help from Garrthalala – MAF in Arnhem Land

“Many of the phone calls I take each day are pretty mundane. Today, I took the call for this flight and I’m glad to have played a part in making this come together quickly. A fantastic result considering the initial contact suggested it could have gone the other way.” – Rhys Morrell, MAF Arnhem Land.

Read more

Trusting God in the Middle of Tragedy – MAF in Sulawesi, Indonesia

Alfa Kawengian’s father-in-law, Laurens, died in the massive earthquake and tsunami on 28 September that devastated the city of Palu on Indonesia’s Sulawesi Island. His mother-in-law Maryam miraculously survived. Alfa is Assistant Flight Ops Manager in Yayasan MAF Indonesia’s Papua program and he joined MAF’s Disaster Response team in Palu to assist in ground operations. While in Palu, he visited the site where Laurens died with MAF’s Evrin Pratama. Read his story here.

Read more

Medicine for 1500 People – MAF in Sulawesi, Indonesia

Focus on Partnership: Operation Blessing’s Indonesian branch, Obor Berkat (OBI), sent two teams of doctors to Palu just days after the earthquake and tsunami devastated the city leaving homeless and injured residents setting up makeshift tented camps across the town.

The doctor/nurse teams began holding clinics, moving from camp to camp, trying to provide basic care, but Mark McClendon, who was overseeing the operation, was struggling to get their cargo of medicine to Palu until MAF came to hlep.

“MAF sent medicines for 1500 people on their plane so that our medical teams can be resupplied today just in time. Tomorrow morning all of our teams will hit the ground with meds. We’re targeting a minimum of 10,000 patients the first month.”

Read more

A Miraculous Reunion Story – MAF in Sulawesi, Indonesia

A team of MAF Staff from Papua have been in Sulawesi helping with the tsunami recovery efforts. One of the team members, Stanley, flew into a village to deliver supplies and miraculously and quite by chance met up with his in-law family that hadn’t been heard from since the disaster.

Read more

Cut Off – MAF in Sulawesi, Indonesia

The community of Kulawi, tucked in the mountains south of Palu in Indonesia, did not make international news when a 7.5 magnitude earthquake struck on 28 September. It was not in the path of the tsunami that followed. Houses weren’t sucked into mud like in Palu. But homes and buildings around Kulawi did crumble in random fashion – lightly in one village, entirely in another. And until some major excavation takes place, the area is left isolated between multiple landslides that have cut off access in or out except by foot or air.

Read more

In Just One Day – MAF in Sulawesi, Indonesia

It was a busy Monday (October 8th) for the team of pilots and ground staff in Palu Indonesia for both Yayasan MAF Indonesian’s Kodiak and Helivida’s helicopter, delivering food, a full plane of medicine, two medical evacuations, and flying doctors in and out of two communities cut off by damaged roads.

Read more

MAF responds to earthquake and tsunami in Sulawesi, Indonesia

MAF’s Disaster Response Team along with our programs in Papua and Kalimantan, is responding to the disaster on Sulawesi Island, Indonesia, caused by a 7.4 earthquake and subsequent tsunami that occurred on Friday, 28 September. MAF has been coordinating with partner organizations, including Ethnos360 Aviation, Helivida, and ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance (AHA) to plan a response.

Read more

CRMF Bible Box Testimonies, Prayer Requests and Statistics

The Bible Box is a project that both MAF and CRMF partner together on. It’s quite a simple idea, but it’s life-changing for people who have no access to Christian resources and Bibles. Here are some stories and testimonies from our MAF Australia pilots and MAF Papua New Guinea staff who help hand out these valuable resources.

Read more

The Re-Opening of Koblagué Airstrip – MAF in Chad

In MAF we love opening new airstrips. For MAF, it represents the potential to reach more people with the love of Christ through aviation and technology. A new airstrip represents entire new communities with the potential to be transformed physically and spiritually.

Read more

The Garrthalala Church – MAF in Arnhem Land

MAF’s Area Communications Officer in Arnhem Land, Divyan Ahimaz, tells of a recent trip he made on a MAF plane, flying out to a homeland for church!

Read more

Mike Alpha India

A recount of Senior Instructor Andrew Little’s 7 hour ferry flight from Mareeba to Mt Hagen to bring a brand new Cessna 208 to the PNG programme.

Read more

Cyclone Idai Disaster Response Update – Mozambique

Cyclone Idai struck Mozambique March 14-15, 2019, causing flooding and destruction. The Ambassador Aviation (MAF) team in Mozambique continues their Cyclone Idai disaster response work. The team is working out of Beira, Mozambique and are using one Cessna 208 Caravan from the Nampula, Mozambique base.

Read more

Multiple Marsabit Medevacs – Kenya

NGO’s and missionaries in northern Kenya rely on MAF Kenya’s Cessna 206, a 6-seater aeroplane based in Loglogo, to bring them quickly and safely to their destinations, either in remote bush villages or where civilization provides services when they are in dire need of them. MAF pilot Melvin Peters recently carried out three medevacs (medical evacuations) within a short period of time.

Read more

Precious in God’s Site – An Update on a Medevac from 9 years ago

Every year MAF PNG does somewhere in the region of 400 medevacs. Each person has their story; each one is a life; each one is precious in God’s sight.

Read more

Happy World Radio Day!

Happy World Radio Day! At Technology Services PNG we are excited to shine the light on how important radio communication is. Constant, reliable communication still matters. It’s money saving, time saving, and most importantly, lifesaving.

Read more

Kompiam District Hospital Outreach – PNG

Thank you to MAF for being so willing to partner with Kompiam District Hospital to make outreach visits to the remotest parts of Papua New Guinea possible.

Read more

How Working for MAF has Changed My Life

MAF Canada’s Tim Bax recently spent some time in Papua New Guinea. While he took away a wide range of impressions from his time in PNG, the most indelible impression left upon him was the profound impact MAF is having on the lives of our national workers, many of whom have been serving with MAF for decades.

Read more

Microlet, Motorbike and a MAF plane

Have you ever looked at a photo in a MAF magazine or on a website and wondered, “I wonder what it’s really like to work there?” For most people traveling to the remote locations where MAF serves will never become reality and remain just a thought. But in August 2018, a group of seven Australians, aged from 15 years to 70 plus, accompanied by MAF Australia General Manager Ian McDougall, made the trip to Timor-Leste to see just what life and service there is really like.

Read more

Unscheduled Opportunities to Serve

An ordinary day for MAF’s Andrew Macdonald soon offers an extraordinary opportunity to serve. The Arnhem Land programme has conducted 839 medical flights in 2017 alone, with a 9 of them being emergency medevac flights such as this.

Read more

Inspiring Young Hearts

MAF Uganda recently hosted a field trip to their airfield. Some of the boys were so impacted they are now talking of becoming pilots one day. It gave them a strong sense of value to be given this opportunity. Who knows what will eventuate from this day out in Kajjansi airfield. One thing is clear, it was a lifetime highlight for these kids who will live off the memory for a very long time.

Read more

A Call for Help from Garrthalala – MAF in Arnhem Land

“Many of the phone calls I take each day are pretty mundane. Today, I took the call for this flight and I’m glad to have played a part in making this come together quickly. A fantastic result considering the initial contact suggested it could have gone the other way.” – Rhys Morrell, MAF Arnhem Land.

Read more

Trusting God in the Middle of Tragedy – MAF in Sulawesi, Indonesia

Alfa Kawengian’s father-in-law, Laurens, died in the massive earthquake and tsunami on 28 September that devastated the city of Palu on Indonesia’s Sulawesi Island. His mother-in-law Maryam miraculously survived. Alfa is Assistant Flight Ops Manager in Yayasan MAF Indonesia’s Papua program and he joined MAF’s Disaster Response team in Palu to assist in ground operations. While in Palu, he visited the site where Laurens died with MAF’s Evrin Pratama. Read his story here.

Read more

Medicine for 1500 People – MAF in Sulawesi, Indonesia

Focus on Partnership: Operation Blessing’s Indonesian branch, Obor Berkat (OBI), sent two teams of doctors to Palu just days after the earthquake and tsunami devastated the city leaving homeless and injured residents setting up makeshift tented camps across the town.

The doctor/nurse teams began holding clinics, moving from camp to camp, trying to provide basic care, but Mark McClendon, who was overseeing the operation, was struggling to get their cargo of medicine to Palu until MAF came to hlep.

“MAF sent medicines for 1500 people on their plane so that our medical teams can be resupplied today just in time. Tomorrow morning all of our teams will hit the ground with meds. We’re targeting a minimum of 10,000 patients the first month.”

Read more

A Miraculous Reunion Story – MAF in Sulawesi, Indonesia

A team of MAF Staff from Papua have been in Sulawesi helping with the tsunami recovery efforts. One of the team members, Stanley, flew into a village to deliver supplies and miraculously and quite by chance met up with his in-law family that hadn’t been heard from since the disaster.

Read more

Cut Off – MAF in Sulawesi, Indonesia

The community of Kulawi, tucked in the mountains south of Palu in Indonesia, did not make international news when a 7.5 magnitude earthquake struck on 28 September. It was not in the path of the tsunami that followed. Houses weren’t sucked into mud like in Palu. But homes and buildings around Kulawi did crumble in random fashion – lightly in one village, entirely in another. And until some major excavation takes place, the area is left isolated between multiple landslides that have cut off access in or out except by foot or air.

Read more

In Just One Day – MAF in Sulawesi, Indonesia

It was a busy Monday (October 8th) for the team of pilots and ground staff in Palu Indonesia for both Yayasan MAF Indonesian’s Kodiak and Helivida’s helicopter, delivering food, a full plane of medicine, two medical evacuations, and flying doctors in and out of two communities cut off by damaged roads.

Read more

MAF responds to earthquake and tsunami in Sulawesi, Indonesia

MAF’s Disaster Response Team along with our programs in Papua and Kalimantan, is responding to the disaster on Sulawesi Island, Indonesia, caused by a 7.4 earthquake and subsequent tsunami that occurred on Friday, 28 September. MAF has been coordinating with partner organizations, including Ethnos360 Aviation, Helivida, and ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance (AHA) to plan a response.

Read more

CRMF Bible Box Testimonies, Prayer Requests and Statistics

The Bible Box is a project that both MAF and CRMF partner together on. It’s quite a simple idea, but it’s life-changing for people who have no access to Christian resources and Bibles. Here are some stories and testimonies from our MAF Australia pilots and MAF Papua New Guinea staff who help hand out these valuable resources.

Read more

The Re-Opening of Koblagué Airstrip – MAF in Chad

In MAF we love opening new airstrips. For MAF, it represents the potential to reach more people with the love of Christ through aviation and technology. A new airstrip represents entire new communities with the potential to be transformed physically and spiritually.

Read more

The Garrthalala Church – MAF in Arnhem Land

MAF’s Area Communications Officer in Arnhem Land, Divyan Ahimaz, tells of a recent trip he made on a MAF plane, flying out to a homeland for church!

Read more

Mike Alpha India

A recount of Senior Instructor Andrew Little’s 7 hour ferry flight from Mareeba to Mt Hagen to bring a brand new Cessna 208 to the PNG programme.

Read more

Cyclone Idai Disaster Response Update – Mozambique

Cyclone Idai struck Mozambique March 14-15, 2019, causing flooding and destruction. The Ambassador Aviation (MAF) team in Mozambique continues their Cyclone Idai disaster response work. The team is working out of Beira, Mozambique and are using one Cessna 208 Caravan from the Nampula, Mozambique base.

Read more

Multiple Marsabit Medevacs – Kenya

NGO’s and missionaries in northern Kenya rely on MAF Kenya’s Cessna 206, a 6-seater aeroplane based in Loglogo, to bring them quickly and safely to their destinations, either in remote bush villages or where civilization provides services when they are in dire need of them. MAF pilot Melvin Peters recently carried out three medevacs (medical evacuations) within a short period of time.

Read more

Precious in God’s Site – An Update on a Medevac from 9 years ago

Every year MAF PNG does somewhere in the region of 400 medevacs. Each person has their story; each one is a life; each one is precious in God’s sight.

Read more

Happy World Radio Day!

Happy World Radio Day! At Technology Services PNG we are excited to shine the light on how important radio communication is. Constant, reliable communication still matters. It’s money saving, time saving, and most importantly, lifesaving.

Read more

Kompiam District Hospital Outreach – PNG

Thank you to MAF for being so willing to partner with Kompiam District Hospital to make outreach visits to the remotest parts of Papua New Guinea possible.

Read more

How Working for MAF has Changed My Life

MAF Canada’s Tim Bax recently spent some time in Papua New Guinea. While he took away a wide range of impressions from his time in PNG, the most indelible impression left upon him was the profound impact MAF is having on the lives of our national workers, many of whom have been serving with MAF for decades.

Read more

Microlet, Motorbike and a MAF plane

Have you ever looked at a photo in a MAF magazine or on a website and wondered, “I wonder what it’s really like to work there?” For most people traveling to the remote locations where MAF serves will never become reality and remain just a thought. But in August 2018, a group of seven Australians, aged from 15 years to 70 plus, accompanied by MAF Australia General Manager Ian McDougall, made the trip to Timor-Leste to see just what life and service there is really like.

Read more

Unscheduled Opportunities to Serve

An ordinary day for MAF’s Andrew Macdonald soon offers an extraordinary opportunity to serve. The Arnhem Land programme has conducted 839 medical flights in 2017 alone, with a 9 of them being emergency medevac flights such as this.

Read more

Inspiring Young Hearts

MAF Uganda recently hosted a field trip to their airfield. Some of the boys were so impacted they are now talking of becoming pilots one day. It gave them a strong sense of value to be given this opportunity. Who knows what will eventuate from this day out in Kajjansi airfield. One thing is clear, it was a lifetime highlight for these kids who will live off the memory for a very long time.

Read more

A Call for Help from Garrthalala – MAF in Arnhem Land

“Many of the phone calls I take each day are pretty mundane. Today, I took the call for this flight and I’m glad to have played a part in making this come together quickly. A fantastic result considering the initial contact suggested it could have gone the other way.” – Rhys Morrell, MAF Arnhem Land.

Read more

Trusting God in the Middle of Tragedy – MAF in Sulawesi, Indonesia

Alfa Kawengian’s father-in-law, Laurens, died in the massive earthquake and tsunami on 28 September that devastated the city of Palu on Indonesia’s Sulawesi Island. His mother-in-law Maryam miraculously survived. Alfa is Assistant Flight Ops Manager in Yayasan MAF Indonesia’s Papua program and he joined MAF’s Disaster Response team in Palu to assist in ground operations. While in Palu, he visited the site where Laurens died with MAF’s Evrin Pratama. Read his story here.

Read more

Medicine for 1500 People – MAF in Sulawesi, Indonesia

Focus on Partnership: Operation Blessing’s Indonesian branch, Obor Berkat (OBI), sent two teams of doctors to Palu just days after the earthquake and tsunami devastated the city leaving homeless and injured residents setting up makeshift tented camps across the town.

The doctor/nurse teams began holding clinics, moving from camp to camp, trying to provide basic care, but Mark McClendon, who was overseeing the operation, was struggling to get their cargo of medicine to Palu until MAF came to hlep.

“MAF sent medicines for 1500 people on their plane so that our medical teams can be resupplied today just in time. Tomorrow morning all of our teams will hit the ground with meds. We’re targeting a minimum of 10,000 patients the first month.”

Read more

A Miraculous Reunion Story – MAF in Sulawesi, Indonesia

A team of MAF Staff from Papua have been in Sulawesi helping with the tsunami recovery efforts. One of the team members, Stanley, flew into a village to deliver supplies and miraculously and quite by chance met up with his in-law family that hadn’t been heard from since the disaster.

Read more

Cut Off – MAF in Sulawesi, Indonesia

The community of Kulawi, tucked in the mountains south of Palu in Indonesia, did not make international news when a 7.5 magnitude earthquake struck on 28 September. It was not in the path of the tsunami that followed. Houses weren’t sucked into mud like in Palu. But homes and buildings around Kulawi did crumble in random fashion – lightly in one village, entirely in another. And until some major excavation takes place, the area is left isolated between multiple landslides that have cut off access in or out except by foot or air.

Read more

In Just One Day – MAF in Sulawesi, Indonesia

It was a busy Monday (October 8th) for the team of pilots and ground staff in Palu Indonesia for both Yayasan MAF Indonesian’s Kodiak and Helivida’s helicopter, delivering food, a full plane of medicine, two medical evacuations, and flying doctors in and out of two communities cut off by damaged roads.

Read more

MAF responds to earthquake and tsunami in Sulawesi, Indonesia

MAF’s Disaster Response Team along with our programs in Papua and Kalimantan, is responding to the disaster on Sulawesi Island, Indonesia, caused by a 7.4 earthquake and subsequent tsunami that occurred on Friday, 28 September. MAF has been coordinating with partner organizations, including Ethnos360 Aviation, Helivida, and ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance (AHA) to plan a response.

Read more

CRMF Bible Box Testimonies, Prayer Requests and Statistics

The Bible Box is a project that both MAF and CRMF partner together on. It’s quite a simple idea, but it’s life-changing for people who have no access to Christian resources and Bibles. Here are some stories and testimonies from our MAF Australia pilots and MAF Papua New Guinea staff who help hand out these valuable resources.

Read more

The Re-Opening of Koblagué Airstrip – MAF in Chad

In MAF we love opening new airstrips. For MAF, it represents the potential to reach more people with the love of Christ through aviation and technology. A new airstrip represents entire new communities with the potential to be transformed physically and spiritually.

Read more

The Garrthalala Church – MAF in Arnhem Land

MAF’s Area Communications Officer in Arnhem Land, Divyan Ahimaz, tells of a recent trip he made on a MAF plane, flying out to a homeland for church!

Read more

Mike Alpha India

A recount of Senior Instructor Andrew Little’s 7 hour ferry flight from Mareeba to Mt Hagen to bring a brand new Cessna 208 to the PNG programme.

Read more

Cyclone Idai Disaster Response Update – Mozambique

Cyclone Idai struck Mozambique March 14-15, 2019, causing flooding and destruction. The Ambassador Aviation (MAF) team in Mozambique continues their Cyclone Idai disaster response work. The team is working out of Beira, Mozambique and are using one Cessna 208 Caravan from the Nampula, Mozambique base.

Read more

Multiple Marsabit Medevacs – Kenya

NGO’s and missionaries in northern Kenya rely on MAF Kenya’s Cessna 206, a 6-seater aeroplane based in Loglogo, to bring them quickly and safely to their destinations, either in remote bush villages or where civilization provides services when they are in dire need of them. MAF pilot Melvin Peters recently carried out three medevacs (medical evacuations) within a short period of time.

Read more

Precious in God’s Site – An Update on a Medevac from 9 years ago

Every year MAF PNG does somewhere in the region of 400 medevacs. Each person has their story; each one is a life; each one is precious in God’s sight.

Read more

Happy World Radio Day!

Happy World Radio Day! At Technology Services PNG we are excited to shine the light on how important radio communication is. Constant, reliable communication still matters. It’s money saving, time saving, and most importantly, lifesaving.

Read more

Kompiam District Hospital Outreach – PNG

Thank you to MAF for being so willing to partner with Kompiam District Hospital to make outreach visits to the remotest parts of Papua New Guinea possible.

Read more

How Working for MAF has Changed My Life

MAF Canada’s Tim Bax recently spent some time in Papua New Guinea. While he took away a wide range of impressions from his time in PNG, the most indelible impression left upon him was the profound impact MAF is having on the lives of our national workers, many of whom have been serving with MAF for decades.

Read more

Microlet, Motorbike and a MAF plane

Have you ever looked at a photo in a MAF magazine or on a website and wondered, “I wonder what it’s really like to work there?” For most people traveling to the remote locations where MAF serves will never become reality and remain just a thought. But in August 2018, a group of seven Australians, aged from 15 years to 70 plus, accompanied by MAF Australia General Manager Ian McDougall, made the trip to Timor-Leste to see just what life and service there is really like.

Read more

Unscheduled Opportunities to Serve

An ordinary day for MAF’s Andrew Macdonald soon offers an extraordinary opportunity to serve. The Arnhem Land programme has conducted 839 medical flights in 2017 alone, with a 9 of them being emergency medevac flights such as this.

Read more

Inspiring Young Hearts

MAF Uganda recently hosted a field trip to their airfield. Some of the boys were so impacted they are now talking of becoming pilots one day. It gave them a strong sense of value to be given this opportunity. Who knows what will eventuate from this day out in Kajjansi airfield. One thing is clear, it was a lifetime highlight for these kids who will live off the memory for a very long time.

Read more

A Call for Help from Garrthalala – MAF in Arnhem Land

“Many of the phone calls I take each day are pretty mundane. Today, I took the call for this flight and I’m glad to have played a part in making this come together quickly. A fantastic result considering the initial contact suggested it could have gone the other way.” – Rhys Morrell, MAF Arnhem Land.

Read more

Trusting God in the Middle of Tragedy – MAF in Sulawesi, Indonesia

Alfa Kawengian’s father-in-law, Laurens, died in the massive earthquake and tsunami on 28 September that devastated the city of Palu on Indonesia’s Sulawesi Island. His mother-in-law Maryam miraculously survived. Alfa is Assistant Flight Ops Manager in Yayasan MAF Indonesia’s Papua program and he joined MAF’s Disaster Response team in Palu to assist in ground operations. While in Palu, he visited the site where Laurens died with MAF’s Evrin Pratama. Read his story here.

Read more

Medicine for 1500 People – MAF in Sulawesi, Indonesia

Focus on Partnership: Operation Blessing’s Indonesian branch, Obor Berkat (OBI), sent two teams of doctors to Palu just days after the earthquake and tsunami devastated the city leaving homeless and injured residents setting up makeshift tented camps across the town.

The doctor/nurse teams began holding clinics, moving from camp to camp, trying to provide basic care, but Mark McClendon, who was overseeing the operation, was struggling to get their cargo of medicine to Palu until MAF came to hlep.

“MAF sent medicines for 1500 people on their plane so that our medical teams can be resupplied today just in time. Tomorrow morning all of our teams will hit the ground with meds. We’re targeting a minimum of 10,000 patients the first month.”

Read more

A Miraculous Reunion Story – MAF in Sulawesi, Indonesia

A team of MAF Staff from Papua have been in Sulawesi helping with the tsunami recovery efforts. One of the team members, Stanley, flew into a village to deliver supplies and miraculously and quite by chance met up with his in-law family that hadn’t been heard from since the disaster.

Read more

Cut Off – MAF in Sulawesi, Indonesia

The community of Kulawi, tucked in the mountains south of Palu in Indonesia, did not make international news when a 7.5 magnitude earthquake struck on 28 September. It was not in the path of the tsunami that followed. Houses weren’t sucked into mud like in Palu. But homes and buildings around Kulawi did crumble in random fashion – lightly in one village, entirely in another. And until some major excavation takes place, the area is left isolated between multiple landslides that have cut off access in or out except by foot or air.

Read more

In Just One Day – MAF in Sulawesi, Indonesia

It was a busy Monday (October 8th) for the team of pilots and ground staff in Palu Indonesia for both Yayasan MAF Indonesian’s Kodiak and Helivida’s helicopter, delivering food, a full plane of medicine, two medical evacuations, and flying doctors in and out of two communities cut off by damaged roads.

Read more

MAF responds to earthquake and tsunami in Sulawesi, Indonesia

MAF’s Disaster Response Team along with our programs in Papua and Kalimantan, is responding to the disaster on Sulawesi Island, Indonesia, caused by a 7.4 earthquake and subsequent tsunami that occurred on Friday, 28 September. MAF has been coordinating with partner organizations, including Ethnos360 Aviation, Helivida, and ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance (AHA) to plan a response.

Read more

CRMF Bible Box Testimonies, Prayer Requests and Statistics

The Bible Box is a project that both MAF and CRMF partner together on. It’s quite a simple idea, but it’s life-changing for people who have no access to Christian resources and Bibles. Here are some stories and testimonies from our MAF Australia pilots and MAF Papua New Guinea staff who help hand out these valuable resources.

Read more

The Re-Opening of Koblagué Airstrip – MAF in Chad

In MAF we love opening new airstrips. For MAF, it represents the potential to reach more people with the love of Christ through aviation and technology. A new airstrip represents entire new communities with the potential to be transformed physically and spiritually.

Read more

The Garrthalala Church – MAF in Arnhem Land

MAF’s Area Communications Officer in Arnhem Land, Divyan Ahimaz, tells of a recent trip he made on a MAF plane, flying out to a homeland for church!

Read more

Mike Alpha India

A recount of Senior Instructor Andrew Little’s 7 hour ferry flight from Mareeba to Mt Hagen to bring a brand new Cessna 208 to the PNG programme.

Read more

Cyclone Idai Disaster Response Update – Mozambique

Cyclone Idai struck Mozambique March 14-15, 2019, causing flooding and destruction. The Ambassador Aviation (MAF) team in Mozambique continues their Cyclone Idai disaster response work. The team is working out of Beira, Mozambique and are using one Cessna 208 Caravan from the Nampula, Mozambique base.

Read more

Multiple Marsabit Medevacs – Kenya

NGO’s and missionaries in northern Kenya rely on MAF Kenya’s Cessna 206, a 6-seater aeroplane based in Loglogo, to bring them quickly and safely to their destinations, either in remote bush villages or where civilization provides services when they are in dire need of them. MAF pilot Melvin Peters recently carried out three medevacs (medical evacuations) within a short period of time.

Read more

Precious in God’s Site – An Update on a Medevac from 9 years ago

Every year MAF PNG does somewhere in the region of 400 medevacs. Each person has their story; each one is a life; each one is precious in God’s sight.

Read more

Happy World Radio Day!

Happy World Radio Day! At Technology Services PNG we are excited to shine the light on how important radio communication is. Constant, reliable communication still matters. It’s money saving, time saving, and most importantly, lifesaving.

Read more

Kompiam District Hospital Outreach – PNG

Thank you to MAF for being so willing to partner with Kompiam District Hospital to make outreach visits to the remotest parts of Papua New Guinea possible.

Read more

How Working for MAF has Changed My Life

MAF Canada’s Tim Bax recently spent some time in Papua New Guinea. While he took away a wide range of impressions from his time in PNG, the most indelible impression left upon him was the profound impact MAF is having on the lives of our national workers, many of whom have been serving with MAF for decades.

Read more

Microlet, Motorbike and a MAF plane

Have you ever looked at a photo in a MAF magazine or on a website and wondered, “I wonder what it’s really like to work there?” For most people traveling to the remote locations where MAF serves will never become reality and remain just a thought. But in August 2018, a group of seven Australians, aged from 15 years to 70 plus, accompanied by MAF Australia General Manager Ian McDougall, made the trip to Timor-Leste to see just what life and service there is really like.

Read more

Unscheduled Opportunities to Serve

An ordinary day for MAF’s Andrew Macdonald soon offers an extraordinary opportunity to serve. The Arnhem Land programme has conducted 839 medical flights in 2017 alone, with a 9 of them being emergency medevac flights such as this.

Read more

Inspiring Young Hearts

MAF Uganda recently hosted a field trip to their airfield. Some of the boys were so impacted they are now talking of becoming pilots one day. It gave them a strong sense of value to be given this opportunity. Who knows what will eventuate from this day out in Kajjansi airfield. One thing is clear, it was a lifetime highlight for these kids who will live off the memory for a very long time.

Read more

A Call for Help from Garrthalala – MAF in Arnhem Land

“Many of the phone calls I take each day are pretty mundane. Today, I took the call for this flight and I’m glad to have played a part in making this come together quickly. A fantastic result considering the initial contact suggested it could have gone the other way.” – Rhys Morrell, MAF Arnhem Land.

Read more

Trusting God in the Middle of Tragedy – MAF in Sulawesi, Indonesia

Alfa Kawengian’s father-in-law, Laurens, died in the massive earthquake and tsunami on 28 September that devastated the city of Palu on Indonesia’s Sulawesi Island. His mother-in-law Maryam miraculously survived. Alfa is Assistant Flight Ops Manager in Yayasan MAF Indonesia’s Papua program and he joined MAF’s Disaster Response team in Palu to assist in ground operations. While in Palu, he visited the site where Laurens died with MAF’s Evrin Pratama. Read his story here.

Read more

Medicine for 1500 People – MAF in Sulawesi, Indonesia

Focus on Partnership: Operation Blessing’s Indonesian branch, Obor Berkat (OBI), sent two teams of doctors to Palu just days after the earthquake and tsunami devastated the city leaving homeless and injured residents setting up makeshift tented camps across the town.

The doctor/nurse teams began holding clinics, moving from camp to camp, trying to provide basic care, but Mark McClendon, who was overseeing the operation, was struggling to get their cargo of medicine to Palu until MAF came to hlep.

“MAF sent medicines for 1500 people on their plane so that our medical teams can be resupplied today just in time. Tomorrow morning all of our teams will hit the ground with meds. We’re targeting a minimum of 10,000 patients the first month.”

Read more

A Miraculous Reunion Story – MAF in Sulawesi, Indonesia

A team of MAF Staff from Papua have been in Sulawesi helping with the tsunami recovery efforts. One of the team members, Stanley, flew into a village to deliver supplies and miraculously and quite by chance met up with his in-law family that hadn’t been heard from since the disaster.

Read more

Cut Off – MAF in Sulawesi, Indonesia

The community of Kulawi, tucked in the mountains south of Palu in Indonesia, did not make international news when a 7.5 magnitude earthquake struck on 28 September. It was not in the path of the tsunami that followed. Houses weren’t sucked into mud like in Palu. But homes and buildings around Kulawi did crumble in random fashion – lightly in one village, entirely in another. And until some major excavation takes place, the area is left isolated between multiple landslides that have cut off access in or out except by foot or air.

Read more

In Just One Day – MAF in Sulawesi, Indonesia

It was a busy Monday (October 8th) for the team of pilots and ground staff in Palu Indonesia for both Yayasan MAF Indonesian’s Kodiak and Helivida’s helicopter, delivering food, a full plane of medicine, two medical evacuations, and flying doctors in and out of two communities cut off by damaged roads.

Read more

MAF responds to earthquake and tsunami in Sulawesi, Indonesia

MAF’s Disaster Response Team along with our programs in Papua and Kalimantan, is responding to the disaster on Sulawesi Island, Indonesia, caused by a 7.4 earthquake and subsequent tsunami that occurred on Friday, 28 September. MAF has been coordinating with partner organizations, including Ethnos360 Aviation, Helivida, and ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance (AHA) to plan a response.

Read more

CRMF Bible Box Testimonies, Prayer Requests and Statistics

The Bible Box is a project that both MAF and CRMF partner together on. It’s quite a simple idea, but it’s life-changing for people who have no access to Christian resources and Bibles. Here are some stories and testimonies from our MAF Australia pilots and MAF Papua New Guinea staff who help hand out these valuable resources.

Read more

The Re-Opening of Koblagué Airstrip – MAF in Chad

In MAF we love opening new airstrips. For MAF, it represents the potential to reach more people with the love of Christ through aviation and technology. A new airstrip represents entire new communities with the potential to be transformed physically and spiritually.

Read more

The Garrthalala Church – MAF in Arnhem Land

MAF’s Area Communications Officer in Arnhem Land, Divyan Ahimaz, tells of a recent trip he made on a MAF plane, flying out to a homeland for church!

Read more

Mike Alpha India

A recount of Senior Instructor Andrew Little’s 7 hour ferry flight from Mareeba to Mt Hagen to bring a brand new Cessna 208 to the PNG programme.

Read more

Cyclone Idai Disaster Response Update – Mozambique

Cyclone Idai struck Mozambique March 14-15, 2019, causing flooding and destruction. The Ambassador Aviation (MAF) team in Mozambique continues their Cyclone Idai disaster response work. The team is working out of Beira, Mozambique and are using one Cessna 208 Caravan from the Nampula, Mozambique base.

Read more

Multiple Marsabit Medevacs – Kenya

NGO’s and missionaries in northern Kenya rely on MAF Kenya’s Cessna 206, a 6-seater aeroplane based in Loglogo, to bring them quickly and safely to their destinations, either in remote bush villages or where civilization provides services when they are in dire need of them. MAF pilot Melvin Peters recently carried out three medevacs (medical evacuations) within a short period of time.

Read more

Precious in God’s Site – An Update on a Medevac from 9 years ago

Every year MAF PNG does somewhere in the region of 400 medevacs. Each person has their story; each one is a life; each one is precious in God’s sight.

Read more

Happy World Radio Day!

Happy World Radio Day! At Technology Services PNG we are excited to shine the light on how important radio communication is. Constant, reliable communication still matters. It’s money saving, time saving, and most importantly, lifesaving.

Read more

Kompiam District Hospital Outreach – PNG

Thank you to MAF for being so willing to partner with Kompiam District Hospital to make outreach visits to the remotest parts of Papua New Guinea possible.

Read more

How Working for MAF has Changed My Life

MAF Canada’s Tim Bax recently spent some time in Papua New Guinea. While he took away a wide range of impressions from his time in PNG, the most indelible impression left upon him was the profound impact MAF is having on the lives of our national workers, many of whom have been serving with MAF for decades.

Read more

Microlet, Motorbike and a MAF plane

Have you ever looked at a photo in a MAF magazine or on a website and wondered, “I wonder what it’s really like to work there?” For most people traveling to the remote locations where MAF serves will never become reality and remain just a thought. But in August 2018, a group of seven Australians, aged from 15 years to 70 plus, accompanied by MAF Australia General Manager Ian McDougall, made the trip to Timor-Leste to see just what life and service there is really like.

Read more

Unscheduled Opportunities to Serve

An ordinary day for MAF’s Andrew Macdonald soon offers an extraordinary opportunity to serve. The Arnhem Land programme has conducted 839 medical flights in 2017 alone, with a 9 of them being emergency medevac flights such as this.

Read more

Inspiring Young Hearts

MAF Uganda recently hosted a field trip to their airfield. Some of the boys were so impacted they are now talking of becoming pilots one day. It gave them a strong sense of value to be given this opportunity. Who knows what will eventuate from this day out in Kajjansi airfield. One thing is clear, it was a lifetime highlight for these kids who will live off the memory for a very long time.

Read more

A Call for Help from Garrthalala – MAF in Arnhem Land

“Many of the phone calls I take each day are pretty mundane. Today, I took the call for this flight and I’m glad to have played a part in making this come together quickly. A fantastic result considering the initial contact suggested it could have gone the other way.” – Rhys Morrell, MAF Arnhem Land.

Read more

Trusting God in the Middle of Tragedy – MAF in Sulawesi, Indonesia

Alfa Kawengian’s father-in-law, Laurens, died in the massive earthquake and tsunami on 28 September that devastated the city of Palu on Indonesia’s Sulawesi Island. His mother-in-law Maryam miraculously survived. Alfa is Assistant Flight Ops Manager in Yayasan MAF Indonesia’s Papua program and he joined MAF’s Disaster Response team in Palu to assist in ground operations. While in Palu, he visited the site where Laurens died with MAF’s Evrin Pratama. Read his story here.

Read more

Medicine for 1500 People – MAF in Sulawesi, Indonesia

Focus on Partnership: Operation Blessing’s Indonesian branch, Obor Berkat (OBI), sent two teams of doctors to Palu just days after the earthquake and tsunami devastated the city leaving homeless and injured residents setting up makeshift tented camps across the town.

The doctor/nurse teams began holding clinics, moving from camp to camp, trying to provide basic care, but Mark McClendon, who was overseeing the operation, was struggling to get their cargo of medicine to Palu until MAF came to hlep.

“MAF sent medicines for 1500 people on their plane so that our medical teams can be resupplied today just in time. Tomorrow morning all of our teams will hit the ground with meds. We’re targeting a minimum of 10,000 patients the first month.”

Read more

A Miraculous Reunion Story – MAF in Sulawesi, Indonesia

A team of MAF Staff from Papua have been in Sulawesi helping with the tsunami recovery efforts. One of the team members, Stanley, flew into a village to deliver supplies and miraculously and quite by chance met up with his in-law family that hadn’t been heard from since the disaster.

Read more

Cut Off – MAF in Sulawesi, Indonesia

The community of Kulawi, tucked in the mountains south of Palu in Indonesia, did not make international news when a 7.5 magnitude earthquake struck on 28 September. It was not in the path of the tsunami that followed. Houses weren’t sucked into mud like in Palu. But homes and buildings around Kulawi did crumble in random fashion – lightly in one village, entirely in another. And until some major excavation takes place, the area is left isolated between multiple landslides that have cut off access in or out except by foot or air.

Read more

In Just One Day – MAF in Sulawesi, Indonesia

It was a busy Monday (October 8th) for the team of pilots and ground staff in Palu Indonesia for both Yayasan MAF Indonesian’s Kodiak and Helivida’s helicopter, delivering food, a full plane of medicine, two medical evacuations, and flying doctors in and out of two communities cut off by damaged roads.

Read more

MAF responds to earthquake and tsunami in Sulawesi, Indonesia

MAF’s Disaster Response Team along with our programs in Papua and Kalimantan, is responding to the disaster on Sulawesi Island, Indonesia, caused by a 7.4 earthquake and subsequent tsunami that occurred on Friday, 28 September. MAF has been coordinating with partner organizations, including Ethnos360 Aviation, Helivida, and ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance (AHA) to plan a response.

Read more

CRMF Bible Box Testimonies, Prayer Requests and Statistics

The Bible Box is a project that both MAF and CRMF partner together on. It’s quite a simple idea, but it’s life-changing for people who have no access to Christian resources and Bibles. Here are some stories and testimonies from our MAF Australia pilots and MAF Papua New Guinea staff who help hand out these valuable resources.

Read more

The Re-Opening of Koblagué Airstrip – MAF in Chad

In MAF we love opening new airstrips. For MAF, it represents the potential to reach more people with the love of Christ through aviation and technology. A new airstrip represents entire new communities with the potential to be transformed physically and spiritually.

Read more

The Garrthalala Church – MAF in Arnhem Land

MAF’s Area Communications Officer in Arnhem Land, Divyan Ahimaz, tells of a recent trip he made on a MAF plane, flying out to a homeland for church!

Read more

Mike Alpha India

A recount of Senior Instructor Andrew Little’s 7 hour ferry flight from Mareeba to Mt Hagen to bring a brand new Cessna 208 to the PNG programme.

Read more

Cyclone Idai Disaster Response Update – Mozambique

Cyclone Idai struck Mozambique March 14-15, 2019, causing flooding and destruction. The Ambassador Aviation (MAF) team in Mozambique continues their Cyclone Idai disaster response work. The team is working out of Beira, Mozambique and are using one Cessna 208 Caravan from the Nampula, Mozambique base.

Read more

Multiple Marsabit Medevacs – Kenya

NGO’s and missionaries in northern Kenya rely on MAF Kenya’s Cessna 206, a 6-seater aeroplane based in Loglogo, to bring them quickly and safely to their destinations, either in remote bush villages or where civilization provides services when they are in dire need of them. MAF pilot Melvin Peters recently carried out three medevacs (medical evacuations) within a short period of time.

Read more

Precious in God’s Site – An Update on a Medevac from 9 years ago

Every year MAF PNG does somewhere in the region of 400 medevacs. Each person has their story; each one is a life; each one is precious in God’s sight.

Read more

Happy World Radio Day!

Happy World Radio Day! At Technology Services PNG we are excited to shine the light on how important radio communication is. Constant, reliable communication still matters. It’s money saving, time saving, and most importantly, lifesaving.

Read more

Kompiam District Hospital Outreach – PNG

Thank you to MAF for being so willing to partner with Kompiam District Hospital to make outreach visits to the remotest parts of Papua New Guinea possible.

Read more

How Working for MAF has Changed My Life

MAF Canada’s Tim Bax recently spent some time in Papua New Guinea. While he took away a wide range of impressions from his time in PNG, the most indelible impression left upon him was the profound impact MAF is having on the lives of our national workers, many of whom have been serving with MAF for decades.

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Microlet, Motorbike and a MAF plane

Have you ever looked at a photo in a MAF magazine or on a website and wondered, “I wonder what it’s really like to work there?” For most people traveling to the remote locations where MAF serves will never become reality and remain just a thought. But in August 2018, a group of seven Australians, aged from 15 years to 70 plus, accompanied by MAF Australia General Manager Ian McDougall, made the trip to Timor-Leste to see just what life and service there is really like.

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Unscheduled Opportunities to Serve

An ordinary day for MAF’s Andrew Macdonald soon offers an extraordinary opportunity to serve. The Arnhem Land programme has conducted 839 medical flights in 2017 alone, with a 9 of them being emergency medevac flights such as this.

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Inspiring Young Hearts

MAF Uganda recently hosted a field trip to their airfield. Some of the boys were so impacted they are now talking of becoming pilots one day. It gave them a strong sense of value to be given this opportunity. Who knows what will eventuate from this day out in Kajjansi airfield. One thing is clear, it was a lifetime highlight for these kids who will live off the memory for a very long time.

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A Call for Help from Garrthalala – MAF in Arnhem Land

“Many of the phone calls I take each day are pretty mundane. Today, I took the call for this flight and I’m glad to have played a part in making this come together quickly. A fantastic result considering the initial contact suggested it could have gone the other way.” – Rhys Morrell, MAF Arnhem Land.

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Trusting God in the Middle of Tragedy – MAF in Sulawesi, Indonesia

Alfa Kawengian’s father-in-law, Laurens, died in the massive earthquake and tsunami on 28 September that devastated the city of Palu on Indonesia’s Sulawesi Island. His mother-in-law Maryam miraculously survived. Alfa is Assistant Flight Ops Manager in Yayasan MAF Indonesia’s Papua program and he joined MAF’s Disaster Response team in Palu to assist in ground operations. While in Palu, he visited the site where Laurens died with MAF’s Evrin Pratama. Read his story here.

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Medicine for 1500 People – MAF in Sulawesi, Indonesia

Focus on Partnership: Operation Blessing’s Indonesian branch, Obor Berkat (OBI), sent two teams of doctors to Palu just days after the earthquake and tsunami devastated the city leaving homeless and injured residents setting up makeshift tented camps across the town.

The doctor/nurse teams began holding clinics, moving from camp to camp, trying to provide basic care, but Mark McClendon, who was overseeing the operation, was struggling to get their cargo of medicine to Palu until MAF came to hlep.

“MAF sent medicines for 1500 people on their plane so that our medical teams can be resupplied today just in time. Tomorrow morning all of our teams will hit the ground with meds. We’re targeting a minimum of 10,000 patients the first month.”

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A Miraculous Reunion Story – MAF in Sulawesi, Indonesia

A team of MAF Staff from Papua have been in Sulawesi helping with the tsunami recovery efforts. One of the team members, Stanley, flew into a village to deliver supplies and miraculously and quite by chance met up with his in-law family that hadn’t been heard from since the disaster.

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Cut Off – MAF in Sulawesi, Indonesia

The community of Kulawi, tucked in the mountains south of Palu in Indonesia, did not make international news when a 7.5 magnitude earthquake struck on 28 September. It was not in the path of the tsunami that followed. Houses weren’t sucked into mud like in Palu. But homes and buildings around Kulawi did crumble in random fashion – lightly in one village, entirely in another. And until some major excavation takes place, the area is left isolated between multiple landslides that have cut off access in or out except by foot or air.

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In Just One Day – MAF in Sulawesi, Indonesia

It was a busy Monday (October 8th) for the team of pilots and ground staff in Palu Indonesia for both Yayasan MAF Indonesian’s Kodiak and Helivida’s helicopter, delivering food, a full plane of medicine, two medical evacuations, and flying doctors in and out of two communities cut off by damaged roads.

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MAF responds to earthquake and tsunami in Sulawesi, Indonesia

MAF’s Disaster Response Team along with our programs in Papua and Kalimantan, is responding to the disaster on Sulawesi Island, Indonesia, caused by a 7.4 earthquake and subsequent tsunami that occurred on Friday, 28 September. MAF has been coordinating with partner organizations, including Ethnos360 Aviation, Helivida, and ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance (AHA) to plan a response.

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CRMF Bible Box Testimonies, Prayer Requests and Statistics

The Bible Box is a project that both MAF and CRMF partner together on. It’s quite a simple idea, but it’s life-changing for people who have no access to Christian resources and Bibles. Here are some stories and testimonies from our MAF Australia pilots and MAF Papua New Guinea staff who help hand out these valuable resources.

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