In 65 years of operation in Papua New Guinea (PNG) Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) has served hundreds of communities which are isolated by mountains, jungle, rivers, and swamps. These communities are dependent on air transport, in medical emergencies, for health care, education services, essential trade for income generation, and often for food.
In this environment, aircraft provide the only reliable transport for ordinary village people, teachers and students, health workers, government officials, church workers, NGO and community workers, commercial and trade people and even tourists.
Strategically located bases in Goroka, Wewak, Madang, Telefomin, Rumginae and Kawito are connected by a network of flying routes to MAF’s headquarters in Mt Hagen. We also have base staff at Tari, Kiunga, Tabubil and we now do flights into Port Moresby out of Western Province.