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  • Heart and Soul


    MAF is heading to Heart & Soul this May with our brand new Scotland Display Plane, and Flight Sim, together with a completely revamped trailer.

  • WWII veteran Stuart King returns to Duxford to mark the RAF centenary


    On the eve of the RAF’s centenary, ninety-six-year old war veteran Stuart King proudly returned to IWM Duxford to launch the newest floatplane in the MAF fleet and reflect on his RAF memories.

  • Fifteen thousand feathered friends


    During March 2018, the plane in Timor-Leste flew sick patients to receive medical care, flew government officials, transported staff from aid and development organisations... along with delivering 15,000 baby chicks!

  • Making a meal of airstrip maintenance in Lesotho


    MAF Pilots Joey Martin and Jason Thiemann explain how a good meal makes all the difference when it comes to airstrip maintenance in Lesotho.

  • With gratitude we remember Larry Heintz


    It is with great sadness we share that our MAF colleague and friend Larry Heintz passed away peacefully on Saturday 10th March.

  • Fishing for a future in Bangladesh


    MAF regularly flies the ADAMS team and investors in a unique project producing a seafood delicacy that wouldn’t be out of place on the finest al-a-carte menu - soft-shell crab!

  • Humanitarian floatplane lands to mark World Water Day


    MAF’s newest floatplane made a flying visit to historic seaplane site in Calshot, Southampton to mark World Water Day.

  • Refugee crisis escalates in eastern DRC


    Violence in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) has caused thousands of displaced people to flood the city of Bunia, where two makeshift refugee camps have sprung up.

  • Partnership for greater impact in Papua New Guinea


    In the aftermath of the earthquake MAF have been working closely together with our partners in Papua New Guinea to respond to the disaster. Story and photos by Andrea Rominger and MAF communications team.

  • Flying assistance and first aid


    Luke Newell flew to Muluma and Bosavi bringing vital supplies. His first aid skills were put to good use when a man at the airstrip asked for help.