What is MAF plane?

What is MAF plane?

MAF’s fleet flies over 1 million miles each year in the most remote regions in the world. An MAF airplane is often the only safe and reliable means of transportation for ministry activities, reducing an all-day trek by foot to a mere 12-minute flight.

What planes do MAF use?

Cessna 206 Eleven Cessna 206s are in service with MAF-US. This faithful workhorse has been the mainstay of the MAF fleet for many years. With its sizable cabin and double cargo doors it is well suited to transport both passengers and cargo to the most remote destinations.

How many planes do MAF have?

There are around 123 MAF aircraft currently in service. Below is the full global MAF fleet.

How much do MAF pilots make?

The middle 50 percent earned between $45,680 and $89,540. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $32,020, and the highest 10 percent earned more than $129,580. MAF salaried pilots typically rank in the lowest 10 percent. Salaries are paid by religious and humanitarian organizations dependent on donations for funding.

What denomination is MAF?

Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) is a Christian organization that provides aviation, communications, and learning technology services to more than 1,000 Christian and humanitarian agencies, as well as thousands of isolated missionaries and indigenous villagers in the world’s most remote areas.

How did MAF start?

After World War II, a few veteran pilots in the US and UK dreamed of a way they could use their flying skills to reach isolated people with the gospel. They founded MAF a few years later, and for 75 years now men and women have been using aviation to share Christ’s love in the most remote places on earth.

What is MAF mission?

What is MAF flying for life?

We are Mission Aviation Fellowship – or MAF – a Christian mission organisation that uses planes to overcome these barriers. Our pilots and personnel deliver relief workers, doctors, pastors, school books, food, medicines – everything that can only be safely and speedily delivered by air.

Do missionary pilots get paid?

Average mean wage for commercial pilots of nonscheduled operators is about $85,000, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Missionary pilots fund their own expenses and salary, an amount typically ranging between $4,000 and $6,000 per month, through self-developed donor networks.