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  • Miles Gemini


    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 Burundi.

  • Egyptian adventure


    The flight of faith continues as the Gemini reaches African shores. Stuart King rolls up his sleeves to fix the engine and install an antiquated radio bought at a Cairo Bazaar.

  • Order your free MAF recipe book


    MAF serves in 26 countries, each with their own unique cuisine and mealtime traditions.

  • Putting Plan into action in Bangladesh


    Plan International are helping to improve the lives of Bangladesh's children through education and MAF are helping them work faster.

  • All in a day's work


    Jump on-board as Pilot Sam Johnston flies the Western Equatoria shuttle service in South Sudan. 21 passengers, 11 organisations, 4 remote airstrips - all in one busy day's work!

  • Step-Ping in Faith


    A recent 5Y-MAE flight helped turn a childhood dream into reality and fulfil a committed Christian’s desire to serve God wholeheartedly.

  • Unreached


    What would life be without Jesus? Who would be our peace, protection and provision if we didn’t know the Lord?

  • Doctors who stay


    Two British doctors choose to serve at a hospital in Bardai in the heart of the Chadian Sahara. Story and photos by LuAnne Cadd

  • He's got the whole world in His hands


    Pilot and Operations Manager Matt Eagar was on the other end of the radio during a medevac flight last year.

  • A rainy day in Croydon


    One of MAF’s founders Stuart King tells how the organisation took to the skies 70 years ago on its very first 'flight of faith’