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MAKING FLIGHTS AFFORDABLE

Just as the foreign missionaries who had first reached his village, Anga faced daunting transportation obstacles. Unlike them, however, Anga had only meager resources to live on, much less to...

THIS IS WHAT WE DO

Whether it’s relief work, community development or Bible teaching, Ethnos360 Aviation flies for the purpose of bringing the gospel to otherwise unreached people groups.

WHEN WILL YOU COME?

“When are you coming?” People groups in Papua New Guinea send delegations asking for missionaries to come and help them. But our helicopter is 40 years old and often down for...

MECHANICS - IT'S A WHOLE TEAM

What makes planes and helicopters fly? We could give formulas of aerodynamics and physics. But in all practicality, it’s mechanics who keep the planes and helicopters flying. Do you have...

LIFE LINK

Aviation service to remote areas provides the life link to church planting teams determined to stay the course until a thriving church is established. Hear it straight from Jonathan Kopf, church...

LONG DAY IN THE JUNGLE

"The only way missionaries can move their supplies 100 miles into the interior of the Ramu jungles is by helicopter or airplane. In this case, because it's a brand new work, helicopter was the...

BANWAON SCHOOL PROJECT

The Banwaon believers are building elementary schools in two communities with the help of the government and Ethnos360 Aviation.  Reported by Brian Schaadt, Ethnos360 Aviation pilot in the...

HEWA LIFE SUPPLY FLIGHTS

When it takes both the Kodiak and the LongRanger to get the job done.

CELEBRATE 75 YEARS OF MINISTRY

The "Why" behind Ethnos360 Aviation. Who we serve and why we serve.

R66 PAINTING TIME LAPSE

While everyone is home frosting Christmas Cookies, the Ethnos360 Aviation guys are frosting an R66 helicopter White and Red. Soon, in a month or two, it will be gift wrapped and sent to the...