We landed in Singapore and worked our way clumsily up the jetway. Our almost empty Airbus 350 was a welcome break from our previous domestic flights, but we were fighting jetlag and needed showers and sleep. Airport employees, in full PPE, welcomed us by name and provided special bracelets identifying us as “transitioning” passengers. We […]
This has been a long unpredictable year of change, but we finally received word late Monday night that our Papua New Guinea entry request was approved. YEAH! What started as a 90 day quick trip to close up Andrea’s mother’s estate and help settle a family member into a good housing situation has turned into […]
We thank the Lord for your prayers and support. We once again come to you with several praises and some new prayer requests. Praise: Paul was able to FINALLY take his Robinson helicopter class on the airframe in CA. He got back Thursday night and boy did we miss him. Having completed the engine course […]
Paul is an aircraft mechanic (“aircraft engineer” on this side of the world) with New Tribes Mission Aviation. The fleet of aircraft that we maintain includes three Kodiak airplanes and a Bell Long Ranger helicopter.
Papua New Guinea is a very rugged country with dense rain forest covering most of the land. What can take days to hike on foot and/or travel by canoe, will only take minutes by air. With numerous missionary teams located out in various ...