Airplanes are complicated. And to the outsider, it can sound like pilots and maintenance specialists are speaking a different language when they talk about their craft. For instance: “A KODIAK is a single-engine turboprop, STOL aircraft, with a Garmin G1000 display, a special high-lift wing, and a 750 horsepower engine.” Those of you who are […]
MAF Sends Additional Aircraft and Crew to Haiti, Installs Satellite Communication System to Aid Relief Efforts
PORT-AU-PRINCE – Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) has deployed a fourth airplane and three additional staff to Haiti to join its team conducting relief flights following Hurricane Matthew. The KODIAK airplane, […]
Through aviation and technology, you are opening the doors for a university in the DRC.
Songs of praise bounced off concrete floors and resounded from the tin roof. A parade of officials, professors, pastors, wives, and national leaders flowed around the chapel in celebration.
This was a very special day indeed because the small village of Kikongo […]
How an inflatable can impact a disaster response effort
It looks like an eight-foot beach ball. But when a disaster strikes—like an earthquake or typhoon— this inflatable device is much handier than its simpler cousin.
In fact, it can be a game changer.
When a major disaster occurs, like Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines or the 2010 Haiti […]
A Pastor’s Testimony
Last September, MAF and three partnering organizations held a formal pastor training for 105 pastors from El Salvador and the surrounding regions. Most of the participants came from rural areas and had little to no formal pastoral education. During the training, MAF introduced several different tools and methods that the participants could use […]