Early Wings Over Africa
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In 1950 Mission Aviation Fellowship commenced flying in Africa with just one aircraft- a British De Havilland Rapide flown by the author.
Now 60 years later, MAF has a fleet of some 50 planes flying in Africa and another 80 in the rest of the world. This 12 seater Cessna Caravan is one of MAF’s larger aircraft and is being used in many of the 30 remote areas of the world in which MAF operate.
MAF aircraft are based in many strategic places in Africa and are now able to reach into most African countries south of the Sahara with vital help to vulnerable people.
Steve Stevens DFC
Steve, Stevens., (Author)
Steve Stevens (2010), Edition: First Edition