When it comes to reaching the most isolated people, MAF needs the best tools for the job. Discover the difference the right aircraft can make to MAF’s mission
Operating from both land and water, it is often called the 'ultimate amphibian'
Our smallest and most economic aircraft is ideal for flying individuals and small teams
With excellent short take-off and landing performance, the 206 is ideal for short, rugged bush airstrips
The turbine-powered 208 and its stretched variant the 208B allow large payloads to be carried over great distances
Not only the largest aircraft in MAF's fleet, the Twin Offer is also highly manoeuvrable, versatile and ideally suited to the unique terrain in PNG
Versatile and spacious, the GA8 Airvan is ideal for rugged terrain and gruelling conditions MAF operates in.
The historic aircraft that flew MAF's very first flight from Croydon to Africa. It went on to complete a survey of missionary need before crashing in the mountains of...
Power and manoeuvrability combine in this next-generation mission aircraft
Jo Lamb meets a passenger whose practical service is spreading the Gospel in Madagascar
MAF Pilot Andrew Mumford describes the view from his office window in Chad
MAF Pilot Dave Forney follows the tragic story of a young girl in Uganda
MAF flies food boxes for malnourished children in northern Kenya