We fly light aircraft in 27 developing countries, reaching more communities than any other airline. Discover more about the places where we help meet local needs
MAF began operating in Angola in 1989 to provide essential support for NGOs, missions and churches in a country still in the grip of civil war.
A hot, humid, remote and physically demanding area in the north-east of Australia’s Northern Territory
Bangladesh is one of the world’s poorest and most densely populated nations. Flooding from monsoons and cyclones pose serious threats
MAF is flying for life in Brazil, where we serve the Church, provide healthcare, and are known as MAF affiliate Asas de Socorro
Overland travel in Chad can be time-consuming and dangerous. MAF's aircraft provide a lifeline to NGOs, enabling the needs of remote communities to be met.
MAF has a strategic role, supporting Congolese churches, mission, relief and development organisations, reaching areas in the greatest need
In the Amazon basin region of Ecuador, the dense jungle and ever-changing serpentine rivers create living barriers that MAF's aircraft can overcome
We are flying for life in Guatemala, where remote and isolated people are served by MAF affiliate organisation AGAPE
MAF provides aviation, email communications, and distance education services to churches, Christian missions and NGOs ministering in Haiti
MAF provides vital aviation and radio communications services to churches, Christian missions and NGOs serving in villages isolated by mountains...
As featured on Channel 4's 'Flying to the Ends of the Earth'. Many MAF families - local and international - fly and maintain 11 MAF...
Kenya, a popular tourist destination, has the largest economy in the region, though this masks the poverty and isolation that still exist
The entire landmass of Lesotho, home to 2 million inhabitants, lies 1,000 metres above sea level, making it the ‘highest nation on earth’
MAF is the only humanitarian flight service in Liberia, a country recovering from a devastating Ebola outbreak and recent civil war.
Madagascar is the fourth largest island in the world, and one of the poorest. Nearly 50% of children under 5 are suffering from malnutrition
The needs of remote and isolated people in a mountainous area of Mexico are met by MAF affiliate ADSM
Years of brutal civil war and extensive flooding in some regions, mean that Mozambique has barely 2,000 miles of reasonably paved roads
MAF is making preparations to improve aviation infrastructure in Myanmar.
With dense jungle, mountainous highlands and hazardous roads, the need for MAF in Papua New Guinea is great
Tens of thousands of people in South Africa live isolated from economic development in areas where infrastructure is deteriorating
South Sudan has few roads across its vast swampy plains, meaning aid and mission groups depend on MAF's aircraft to reach people suffering through...
MAF flights provide vital help in times of emergency and enable doctors to provide medical care in the country's interior, where road travel is difficult...
MAF enables medical teams and the Gospel to reach isolated communities in Tanzania where roads don't go.
MAF's planes provide life-saving ambulance flights in Timor-Leste, and helps missions, relief and development workers reach and serve in more isolated...
Despite making enormous progress in reducing poverty right across the country, there are still pockets of great need in Uganda