The MAF Fleet

 

Did you know that every 3 minutes one of the 125 light aircraft in the MAF fleet is taking off or landing somewhere in the developing world? Yep... these planes are busy!

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Cessna 206

This is the most common aircraft in the fleet. It is fitted with a cargo pod.

  • Single-engined aircraft
  • Carries up to 5 passengers/400kg supplies
  • Cruising speed 225kph
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GA8 Airvan

Ideal for rugged terrain.

  • Single-engined aircraft
  • Carries up to 7 passengers/500kg supplies]
  • Cruising speed 225kph
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Cessna 208(B) Caravan

An ideal progression from the 206 where larger loads are normal

  • Single-engined aircraft
  • Carries up to 13 passengers/1,150kg supplies]
  • Cruising speed 273kph
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Cessna 210

Its higher speed makes it better suited for longer journeys than the 206.

  • Single-engined aircraft
  • Carries up to 5 passengers/400kg supplies
  • Cruising speed 257kph
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DHC6 Twin Otter

A highly manoeuvrable, versatile aircraft, ideally suited to the unique terain in PNG

  • Twin-engined turbine aircraft
  • Carries up to 20 passengers/1,900kg supplies
  • Cruising speed 290kph
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C208 Amphibian

Operating from both land and water, it is often called the 'ultimate amphibian'

  • Single-engined turbine aircraft
  • Cruising speed 160mph
  • Carries up to 9 passengers or 700kg supplies
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