A Medevac for Meshack

A Friday night in October 2017, four gunmen killed a security guard and six students while injuring another 18 at Lokichoggio Mixed Secondary School, close to Kenya’s border with South Sudan. ARead more

Too Busy to Care

Stewardship is one of our key values. For staff on the ground, this boils down to "efficiency" and since the start of this year, we have been on a drive to maximise our flying days. More flights meanRead more

A Camel Train in Chad

MAF pilot Stefan Hug recently flew some workers and journalists from Every Home for Christ (EHC) to Ati in the center of Chad. After arriving in Ati, he realized that he had no way to secure theRead more

Support MAF’s rescue and relief efforts In Mozambique

MAF US, based in Nampa, Idaho is on the front lines of the cyclone disaster relief efforts in Mozambique. The cyclone hit on March 14. Winds over 100 miles per hour flattened homes and left someRead more

[POSTPONED] We Are Coming to Whanganui and Hawera!

Our Visit to Whanganui and Hawera Has Been Postponed Due to unsuitable weather over the country we will postpone our trip to Whanganui and Hawera on Tuesday and Wednesday respectively. We are sorryRead more

MAF is coming to Feilding's Field Day

We’ll be at the Central Districts Field Day at Mansfeild Park all three days, March 14-16. Find out about MAF’s worldwide work! We are looking forward to being at this year’s Field Day inRead more

Help Bring Lasting Change!

Over the almost 50 years Mission Aviation Fellowship has been in Arnhem Land, there have been many wonderful testimonies of the Lord’s breakthrough in people’s lives and communities. MAF familiesRead more

We are looking forward to coming to Feilding!

With a fleet of 130 aircraft in over 30 countries, Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) flies in some of the most challenging places in the world! This is an opportunity to find out more about theRead more

We'll Be At Festival One

This year it will take place between Friday 25 and Monday 28 January at Mystery Creek in Hamilton. We really enjoy the event, which has been described as “New Zealand’s ultimate summer festivalRead more

In Just One Day

It was a busy Monday recently for the team of pilots and ground staff in Palu Indonesia for both Yayasan MAF Indonesian’s Kodiak and Helivida’s helicopter, delivering food, a full plane ofRead more

A Safe Haven In Life's Storms

Peter and Avrienne Austin have been at Tree Tops Lodge for three years now. Tree Tops, in Cairns, northern Australia, provides a safe and relaxing environment for those involved in missions workRead more

We're coming to Whangarei and Whakatane

We are looking forward to coming to both Whangarei and Whakatane—and warmly invite you to join us. Tell your friends! All welcome. Come and see an operational MAF plane that flew as a lifeline toRead more
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Supports MAF's relief work in Mozambique

MAF has a permanent operation in Mozambique with two aircraft.

They are working with the country's national institute for disaster management and non-government organizations to coordinate rescue and relief efforts. A critical thing we've been doing is helping with survey flights, so people can actually see where the disaster affected people, where the needs are, and then projects and relief can be planned.


Your skills, training and experience can make a difference. MAF works in over 30 countries around the world. Join us!


Help support the vital work of MAF. We can’t do it without you. Be a part of MAF’s worldwide work!

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At MAF we know that each potential pilot comes with different life experiences, levels of training and aviation knowledge. MAF wants to meet you wherever you are along the journey and develop a plan to help you become a mission-ready pilot.

Chris De'Ath introduces the work of MAF

A glimpse into the life-changing work of MAF. People from many different backgrounds and experiences use their skills and passion to see communities transformed. Together we are Mission Aviation Fellowship!


Eastwest College was established specifically for the purpose of training and preparing Christians spiritually and emotionally for cross-cultural service. Eastwest encourages on-campus living in a multi-cultural community so that students grow both in their faith and understanding of cultures other than their own.