Last KLM FLight to MAF Bushpilot @ Cpt Joost de Wit
Captain B737 at KLM, Missionairy bush-pilot in training for Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) Kenya ,
Captain Joost made his last flight after 22 years of being commercial pilot for KLM.
Flight KL1279 heading for Edinburgh and back Amsterdam.
Flight KL1279,stand D14, and a Siera5 RWY 24 departure.
Backflight KL1280 got a landing on RWY 18R.
Due to my duty at KLM Aircraft Towing Department we decided to film the arrival/docking at final stand D44.
This final flight got operated with a B737-700 reg PHBGI
Joost de Wit and Ruth de Wit – van der Ploeg are both airline pilots for KLM.
We are both in training to become missionary bush-pilots for Mission Aviation Fellowship.
In 2023 we will quit our jobs and start flying small airplanes in one of the 27 poorest countries in the world,
to deliver help and hope to the world’s most remote places.
MAF provides over 2000 organizations with transportation through the air and supports humanitarian aid,
development aid, medical aid and missionaries.
We will be working as volunteers for at least four years and are dependent on donations to pay for all the expenses (housing, insurance, schooling for our children, etc).
Interview at Hour of Power :
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