Introducing our 2022 Exhibitors:
Mission Aviation Fellowship Canada
Following the end of WW2, a loose association of military pilots from around the world began making plans to use their newly acquired skills to help people in deepest need. In 1946, US Pilot Betty Green flew the first MAF passenger flight into a jungle airstrip in Mexico, with Britain's Stuart King making regular flights into Sudan shortly after. Today, MAF is a worldwide partnership, providing access to over 1700 destinations in more than 30 countries through our fleet of over 140 aircraft (the worlds LARGEST fleet of private aircraft). Every three minutes, somewhere in the world, an MAF pilot and plane takes off for lands, covering more distance in six hours that David Livingtone did in his entire 28 years as a missionary in Africa.