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  • The ferry flight route


    Ferry pilots Dylan Fast and Val Neufeld are flying thousands of miles across the frozen north to bring the plane from Canada to Scotland. Here they introduce the route and the history of transatlantic flight.

  • Meet the ferry pilots


    As the new floatplane prepares to leave on the first stage of its journey to the UK, Ferry Pilots Dylan and Val share an insight into just what it takes to get a MAF plane ready to fly.

  • Salt and Light


    Sarah Newnham is a mum of 3 and a trained Speech Therapist working in Liberia, a world away from her career in the UK before the move to MAF, but no less fulfilling or rewarding.

  • International Women's Day Meet Anna Cuthel


    When MAF's Anna Cuthel moved to Kenya with husband and pilot Ryan, God opened the doors for her to use her skills as an occupational therapist in a country of great need.

  • International Women’s Day - Jacophin Singh and Lisa Curran


    Trainee pilot Jacophin Singh and Chief Pilot Lisa Curran were doing medevac training when an urgent request came in and they had to respond for real.

  • International Women's Day Meet Glenys Watson


    Glenys Watson is a pilot and busy mum to four daughters. Here she shares a glimpse of her busy life in Papua New Guinea

  • Meet the pilot - Chad Tilley


    Chad Tilley shares his excitement at the places and people he will see on the UK floatplane tour and describes the life-changing impact the plane will have in Bangladesh.

  • Manuela’s malaria miracle


    Manuela needed to be flown to a hospital in Juba when she became seriously ill with cerebral malaria. Story and photos by Thorkild Jørgensen.

  • MAF Papua New Guinea Earthquake response


    MAF is continuing to respond with flights to effected areas in the aftermath of the 7.6 magnitude earthquake that struck Papua New Guinea’s Hela province on the 26th February.

  • Caring when it counts


    As the MAF plane lands in Mount Hagen, Communications Officer Mandy Glass is there to meet the patients and help with the hospital transfer.