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Missions Aviation

Equip. Mentor. Send.

Committed to equipping, mentoring, and sending Champions for Christ into the aerospace community, the Liberty University School of Aeronautics strives to prepare graduates who will serve the Lord as missionary aviators. Our alumni are currently serving as pilots and aircraft maintenance technicians with a wide variety of mission aviation organizations around the world. Our respective Part 141 and Part 147 FAA approved flight and maintenance programs will ensure you are technically excellent and equipped to serve, but more importantly, our faculty, staff, academic courses, and student mentorship programs will ensure you are prepared spiritually to serve the Lord in his calling as a missionary aviator.

Mission Aviation Opportunities

  • Exposure to mission aviation through a variety of domestic and international mission trips
    • Alaska – Missionary Aviation Repair Center (MARC)
    • Florida – Missionary Flights International (MFI)
    • Kenya – Africa Inland Mission (AIM AIR)
  • High Performance Flight Training with mission aviation partners
    • JAARS – Lynchburg, VA (Cessna 206)
    • MARC – Soldotna, Alaska (Cessna 182/210)

Reach Isolated People Groups with Your Liberty Aviation Degree

Our Missions Partners

The School of Aeronautics has built relationships with various missions aviation organizations. You may see them on campus for events, at airshows, or as part of a student missions trip. Learn more about the mission and scope of work of each mission organization below.

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