Let Your Passion for Missions Take Flight
Committed to equipping, mentoring, and sending Champions for Christ into the aerospace community, the Liberty University School of Aeronautics has prepared graduates who are now serving in mission aviation. Alumni working with mission aviation organizations serve as pilots, aircraft maintenance technicians, unmanned aerial system operators, and aerospace management leaders.
Estimates suggest that approximately 7,400 people groups on earth are considered unreached. This means they do not have an indigenous Christian community sharing the Gospel with them. Many of these people groups live in the most remote parts of the world, where the only viable way of reaching them is by aircraft.
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.