Never had the Tala-andig been able to gather like this. The terrain was just too rugged, and the villages had no airstrips.
“Eye opening!” “Outstanding!” “Fantastic!” It was more than just airplanes and helicopters that brought those comments at the 2018 Ethnos360 Aviation Expo.
With the ink barely dry on the new “operator’s certificate,” pilot Nomad Nelman took to the skies in the Kodiak airplane.
August 9, Papua New Guinea time, two Ethnos360 Aviation pilots were involved in an incident with one of the Kodiak aircraft.
In a Tala-andig outreach village, tragedy struck. Mantunhayan, the main missionary, had been hit in the head by a falling tree and lay unconscious.
The Ethnos360 Aviation team in the Philippines faced a dilemma – a roof to raise, but nowhere to put it.
Earthquake after earthquake rocked the highland region of PNG starting on February 26.
The doctor sat down at the battered school desk to begin his day in the clinic.
The pilot’s wife is one of the first to hear how God is at work in the remote areas where we serve.
At least for tonight, they managed to get to shore, where they spent the night in a barge moored along the bank.