• Special Enquirers Event - Support Roles

    Special Enquirers Event - Support Roles

    Event

    Join our Zoom event to find out more about what it means to serve in a number of different support roles with MAF.

  • As MAF’s airstrip review in Papua New Guinea continues, 100 airstrips have since reopened

    As MAF’s airstrip review in Papua New Guinea continues, 100 airstrips have since reopened

    News

    In a bid to improve the safety of rural landings across Papua New Guinea, MAF is currently conducting a review of all 216 airstrips where they serve. 100 airstrips have successfully reopened following their surveys. MAF Pilot and Lead Surveyor, Andy Symmonds, explains what this essential work entails…

  • MAF's Co-founder, Stuart King, has died aged 98

    MAF's Co-founder, Stuart King, has died aged 98

    News

    Charity co-founder, former RAF Flight Lieutenant and Normandy Landings veteran Stuart Sendall-King, who has died aged 98, was one of the early pioneers to take light aircraft to the remotest parts of Africa in the aftermath of World War II.

  • Will Relief Scotland coming THIS September!

    Will Relief Scotland coming THIS September!

    Campaign

    Did you intend to make or alter your Will during Will Relief Scotland’s COVID-19 crisis campaign in the spring but never got round to it? Don’t worry because Will Relief 2020 is only a few weeks away, running throughout September and you will be supporting the four charities that make up Will Relief as they walk alongside those living in poverty throughout the world!

  • Coronavirus - MAF flights drop to 20% across Africa

    Coronavirus - MAF flights drop to 20% across Africa

    News

    In the fight against coronavirus, ‘lockdown’, ‘self-isolation’ and ‘social distancing’ have become the global norm in recent weeks. As this unprecedented disease plagues the planet, we explore how Mission Aviation Fellowship’s work has been impacted across Africa...

  • A balancing act in Lesotho – how do you help the sick without spreading coronavirus?

    A balancing act in Lesotho – how do you help the sick without spreading coronavirus?

    News

    As Lesotho in southern Africa enters into lockdown, MAF Pilot Grant Strugnell, describes the fragile reality of meeting the medical needs of the isolated, without infecting them with a potentially fatal disease…

  • Liberia – Mission Aviation Fellowship’s first ever coronavirus related flight

    Liberia – Mission Aviation Fellowship’s first ever coronavirus related flight

    News

    On the morning of Saturday 28th March, MAF Pilot Steven Biggs, was enjoying a cup of coffee in bed, when he was asked to help Liberia’s Ministry of Health with a suspected coronavirus case in the remote town of Zwedru. In MAF’s first ever Covid-19 related mission, Steven flew to the rescue…

  • The Lord is with us

    The Lord is with us

    News

    Coronavirus: a message from MAF UK’s CEO about the current coronavirus outbreak...

  • An all-encompassing ministry

    An all-encompassing ministry

    Story

    Pastor Dave Jaggerman from Wyoming and New Yorker Sean Gardner, flew into Gulu on the Uganda-South Sudan border to deliver chaplaincy training in Nimule with Far Reaching Ministries, whom MAF fly regularly.

  • RAF veteran and MAF co-founder receives Award of Honour

    RAF veteran and MAF co-founder receives Award of Honour

    News

    Former RAF Flight Lieutenant Stuart King, one of the founders of MAF, has received the Award of Honour from The Honourable Company of Air Pilots (HCAP) for his outstanding and enduring contribution to aviation.

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