THE AIRCRAFT THAT MAF FLIES.

MAF flies the aircraft best suited to local conditions and needs of the communities we serve.

MAF Maintains a fleet appropriate to the diverse settings in which it operates. The number and type of aircraft changes over time as older aircraft are retired and new aircraft acquired to meet the current needs of those we serve. MAF currently operates over 130 aircraft in more than 30 countries.

Every three minutes,  a MAF plan is taking off or landing somewhere in the world, from over 1500 landing strips and airfields.

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75th Celebration - New Dates

In 2020, MAF around the world celebrates 75 years since New Zealander Murray Kendon’s vision for using light aircraft to enable missions became a reality. Seventy-five years later, we are stillRead more

Together We Learn

My name is Harriëtte Knigge and at the beginning of March, I flew to Moropote, in a remote part of PNG, with a friend Caroline Wälde, to give a trauma healing course. In typical Moropote tradition,Read more

Achieving the Engineering Dream!

Have you ever thought of becoming an engineer for Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF)? Dan Perrett has just completed his apprenticeship in Engineering (Cert IV in Aero skills - Avionics) throughRead more

Strategically Placed for the Battle Against COVID-19

For the past 75 years, MAF’s goal has always been the same—to overcome the barriers that keep people isolated from the help they need. Today, that barrier is COVID-19. Our regular flights haveRead more

An Update From Mark Fox

As events unfold regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, Mark Fox (MAF NZ CEO) shares up to date information about how the virus is impacting MAF’s ministry, both here in New Zealand and around the world.Read more

From the First Day Until Now

“From the First Day Until Now” is a video specially produced as part of MAF’s celebration of 75 years of “Flying for Life”. It shows how one man’s life was changed—and how his life thenRead more

Update - 24th March

As events unfold regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, we wanted to be in touch with you on how this is impacting MAF’s ministry, both here in New Zealand and around the world. As far as possible our woRead more

New dates set for MAF New Zealand’s 75th Celebration

In light of recent Government announcements regarding the evolving situation with COVID-19, the MAF NZ Board has made the difficult decision to postpone our 75th anniversary celebration weekend inRead more

Partnerships Make All the Difference

One of MAF’s core values is Partnership—we value the strength and diversity that co-operation and collaboration bring and partner with those who share our beliefs and values. One suchRead more

One Teams Story

When faced with an “impossible” journey, what do you do? Not long ago Micha, a young German with a passion for Jesus, joined a team of six planning to share the gospel with people in the remoteRead more

Calling all Aviation Engineers

The amazing work of MAF's Aviation Engineers allows our planes to keep flying. Meet some of the engineers in the hangar and see how vitally important their work is! To find out more about currentRead more

Fiona Vincent

Finance Manager  My involvement with MAF began in 2009 when the Mareeba Maintenance Hangar was desperate for help in the finance department. We were living 30 kms west of Mareeba, on the edge ofRead more