Prairie Hosts Airplane Tour
October 14, 2014

Prairie School of Mission Aviation and Mission Aviation Fellowship Canada invite you to get an up-close look at a Quest Kodiak aircraft.  The plane, the latest addition to the MAF fleet, was purchased through a $1.5 million donation.  After a western Canadian tour, the plane will enter service in South America where it will serve the country of Ecuador.

Join us at Prairie School of Mission Aviation (Three Hills Airport) on October 22, 2014 at 10am and meet members of the MAF team along with local MAF volunteers.

Several key features of the Quest Kodiak make it ideally suited for the rigors of missionary aviation. First, the Kodiak’s short airfield take off and landing abilities more than double the capability of the standard missionary workhorses, the Cessna 185 and the Cessna 206. The turbine engine also provides reliability and increased airspeed.

Another major advantage of the Quest Kodiak is that it uses affordable jet fuel that is readily available around the world. Other aircraft typically use aviation gasoline (avgas), which is difficult to obtain and more expensive. Often times, avgas must be transported great distances in drums, causing the cost to be three times more than jet fuel.

For more information, please contact Prairie School of Mission Aviation at 403-443-2349 or


Prairie School of Mission Aviation is Canada’s only missions-focused flight school committed to preparing competent pilots for God-honouring service. Partnered closely with mission agencies, we have graduates serving in dozens of countries around the world. For more information on PSMA, please visit Learn more about Mission Aviation Fellowship at




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