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Providing a Life-link to the Outside World

In a country that has no transportation infrastructure, each day hundreds of missionaries in the interior of Papua New Guinea depend solely on aviation for their life-link to the outside world.  Ethnos360 Aviation uses its fleet of one Bell 206L LongRanger helicopter and three Quest Kodiaks to deliver all supplies, groceries and mail, as well as to provide all transportation needs including medical evacuation.

Medevaced Missionary Out of the Bush - September 11, 2016

Medevaced a missionary out of a bush airstrip last week. With the Kodiak, for the first time, we can bring the medical bed installed in the aircraft right to the bush airstrip and fly the patient to a good hospital in PNG or Australia. Praise the Lord for the provision of these amazing airplanes!

Emergency During Mom's Visit to PNG

What started out with the excitement of Mom visiting the Hewa tribe in PNG turned into a life threatening medical emergency.  Read about about it from the missionaries' perspective and also from the view of the pilot's wife.  Thank you Lord for providing the Kodiaks for such a time as this.

This is What It's All About - August 24, 2016

Pilot John Leedahl wrote the following:

 "I had the opportunity to fly into the Dinangat airstrip for the first time. This airstrip serves the missionaries, Jeremiah and April Markley, working in the Dinangat tribe and they have a church established read more... 

Cessna 206s Arrive from PNG - August 15, 2016

Two containers arrived at NTM Aviation in McNeal, Arizona.  Inside were the Cessna 206s and related spare parts from Papua New Guinea.  Now that our three Kodiaks are serving the church planting teams there, we have retired our aged 206 fleet.