Adventist World Aviation has mission outpost locations scattered all around the world. Each projects differs in the type of work they do, however, the underlying purpose of each of the projects is the same; to share the love of Jesus with the difficult to reach people of this world. Currently, Adventist World Aviation has 4 aviation mission locations. They are located in remote parts of Guyana, Nicaragua, the Philippines and Alaska. We also are expanding and opening a new base in Brazil along the Amazon River. Each of the Adventist World Aviation projects is strategically located in remote areas, where they serve the indigenous peoples of those regions.
In light of the Gospel Commission, Adventist World Aviation exists to provide logistical air support in remote parts of the world, to carry out humanitarian work.