Get a glimpse of what being a part of MAF is like. New Zealander Chris De’Ath explains that although he doesn’t know what long-term transformation each flight will make, he knows that MAF provides an essential lifeline that is making a huge difference around the world. What motivates him is helping bring positive change, transformation and life to isolated people.

Mark Fox, MAF New Zealand CEO, has a challenge: "Are you a pilot? Well come and do something fantastic with your life!" Follow along as a MAF pilot uses his aviation skills to save lives and bring hope to people living in remote villages. Find out what a day in the life of a MAF pilot is lik
This is a longer version of the Flying for Life video, with lots of extra information and insight into the impact MAF is having in Bangladesh, PNG, South Sudan, Timor-Leste, Arnhem Land and Mongolia
Another stirring overview of the work of MAF as an organization dedicated to bringing hope to isolated people around the world. It will make you want to join with us to impact our world!
MAF Planes Landing and Taking off at various locations
A man and his son travel to Nampa to find out about MAF. This video shows how MAF pilots train to fly in some of the most challenging situations in the world and how MAF is able to help overcome poverty and sickness. Made in collaboration with the Bill and Melina Gates “Get Smarter Every Day” project
Lots of cools shots of Kodiaks landing and taking off from some very interesting airfields
Before starting any new work MAF carries out a detailed feasibility assessment to make sure the work is needed, valued and will make a long term impact. In starting a new project MAF will ask: “Does it check all the right boxes?”
Connecting the dots means connecting with people. We all have the capacity to make a lasting difference by connecting our world with others. Find out what “connecting the dots” might mean for you

A second video about MAF’s response to the earthquake in Nepal

The April 2015 earthquake in Nepal killed nearly 9,000 people and injured nearly 22,000. This video captures MAF’s relief and development disaster response to the emergency in Nepal—and the pace of the work to relieve the suffering in the more remote and isolated mountain villages.

The story of Simon, who lived in a small village in South Sudan with his family. He was an elder in a local church, and his family offered help to thousands of people who fled to his village as refugees. Then one day everything changed…and Simon’s life would never be the same again