Part 1: An Interview with Joseph Tua Interview by Mandy Glass. Photos by Joseph Tua (JT), Andrea and Joël Rominger (AJR) Hello, I’22-year-old old Papua New Guinean and I just finished all my flight training at Nelson Aviation College in New Zealand. Could you give me the contact details to which I can hand my […]

It’s a milestone for our flight training department: Thursday morning our recently installed Redbird Flight Simulator was dedicated to enhance and improve our in-house Caravan training. On Thursday, 22 August 2019, during the little dedication ceremony, Markus Bischoff, MAF PNG’s Crew Training Manager, explained the advantages of the ‘sim’, as everyone is calling the Simulator, […]

“Flying airplanes to grassy, short and steep airstrips,“ is what probably most people answer to the question “What does a MAF pilot do?” Well, this is true, but there is much more to it. The attached story draws a more detailed picture on the day to day work our pilots do and the impact their […]

MAF is pleased to have partnered with Barrick Niugini Ltd to deliver subsidised air transport to remote and isolated people in Enga province. Noting the high costs of remote area aviation services, BNL has provided funding to allow for up to a year of significant price reductions for travel to and from the rural airstrips […]