Category Archives: C9-AAL

A Bird’s-Eye View


John Iseminger greets Koti translators in Angoche, Mozambique. Photo by Mark and Kelly Hewes.

“We are trying to reach the Koti people, and it is in their own language that they respond to the Gospel,” said the local translator working in Angoche, Mozambique.

Recently John Iseminger, of The Seed Company, was on MAF’s C9-AAL, a […]

The Little Plane That Could

Along with a new paint scheme, your MAF Adopt-a-Plane, N206CE, has new call letters. From here on out your adopted plane will be known as C9-AAL, as it now bears a Mozambican registration. A fresh look and a new name means continued open doors for MAF to reach isolated people throughout Mozambique.

The little Cessna 206, […]

MozMed Flying Doctors Program

N206CE was out of commission lately as she was in South Africa receiving updates to match the rest of MAF’s fleet. The other plane at the Mozambique base, 9Q-CMQ (a Cessna 210) has been filling in. So we will share about her recent flights.

MAF was able to help out the MozMed flying doctors program and […]