LFTF: Episode 27

Published 11th January 2018 - Peter Van Dijk | Series: Lessons From the Field

Peter has been serving as pilot in South Asia with MAF for many years. He lands on some of the most difficult runways in the world - landing and taking off in remote tribal locations where the runway might be nothing but a dirt track on the edge of a cliff. He and his wife have five kids and live in a small coastal town where the airport is based. We asked Peter the question: What are some of the positive effects that your time on the field has had on your children?

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