Operating in Papua New Guinea since 1951, MAF (Mission Aviation Fellowship) has provided essential air transport to isolated communities located in some of the most rugged terrain in the world. PNG's unique topography and poor infrastructure mean that MAF provides the only viable access to the outside world and the help and hope needed by many people in bush communities.
Strategically located bases in Rumginae, Wewak, Goroka and Telefomin are connected by a network of flying routes to MAF's headquarters in Mt Hagen.
Promoting rural development by offering an efficient air transport option to outer districts throughout Papua New Guinea.
Available for emergency response and supply flights when required.
Church and Mission
Providing air support for churches and mission organisations.
MAF's work in PNG is often life-saving. In 2011, MAF evacuated 529 sick or injured people from remote locations to medical centres and carried over 55 tons of medical supplies to remote clinics.