Mission Aviation Fellowship
Mission Aviation Fellowship is a Christian organisation serving 27 developing countries to reach the world’s forgotten people - those living out of sight, out of mind and out of hope. With land access denied by inaccessible terrain - due to natural disaster, war or economic crisis - thousands of communities are completely isolated.
Operating around 130 light aircraft, MAF’s pilots fly into more than 1,400 remote destinations. Whether landing in deserts or jungles, on lakes, rivers, tracks or roads, MAF planes transport essential medical care, food, water, relief teams and church workers to those in desperate need. Each flight carries practical help, spiritual hope and physical healing to thousands of men, women and children for whom flying is not a luxury but a lifeline. MAF is flying for life.
MAF began service in 1945 and in 2020 will celebrate its 75th Anniversary.
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