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What to expect

What’s involved in working overseas for the world’s largest humanitarian airline?

It takes a lot of skills and expertise to operate the world’s largest humanitarian airline, but above all else, it’s a servant’s heart we seek.

In fact, without the support of those “servant hearts” who have gone before, Mission Aviation Fellowship would not be where it is today: advancing God’s Kingdom around the world since 1945.

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MAF is looking for…

Committed Christians
People called by God, qualified and dedicated with a passion to serve God in worldwide ministry…
Resilient
People who will go the distance to share God’s love – no matter what the barriers may be…
Servant hearted
People who want to serve God through their skills and talents to help deliver relief and development in Jesus name…
Flexible
People with servant’s attitudes that are flexible enough to adapt, while still able to work within the highest technical standards…

Roles we offer

For over 75 years MAF has been bringing help, hope and healing to the remote communities of the world. Pilots, engineers, managers, IT technicians, teachers, administrators and many other professionals have come together to bring transformation to remote communities. Find out more about the various roles we have and what is required to serve with MAF.

Sign up for our online journey

Sign up for our ‘online journey’. Here we’ll show you more of what it’s like to be part of this worldwide movement.

You will receive a series of 5 emails telling you more about MAF, where we serve and how to take the next step.

Sign up for our online journey
Email 1
Pre flight brief:

Your guide to MAF

Email 2
Look out of the window:

MAF's operations around the world

Email 3
Who's sitting next to you:

Meet some of the families serving with MAF

Email 4
Your flight crew:

The team at MAF UK and how they can help you

Email 5
Coming into land:

What's next?

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