N200MF was originally built in 1943 and rebuilt in 1989. It is a Pratt & Whitney PT6A-65AR turbine-engine-powered DC-3 purchased in 2003 from Dodson Aviation. With its greater cargo capacity, faster cruising speed, and reduced maintenance costs, N200MF has become the workhorse of the MFI fleet.
N500MF was originally built in 1944. MFI purchased it in 2010 from a company that had been flying it in Canada but no longer had a need for it. After a year and a half of total restoration in Ohio, two freshly overhauled PT-6 turbine engines were installed and MFI began flying it for missions in the fall of 2011.
N300MF is the newest addition to our fleet. This plane was formally a Red Cross airplane flying in Africa over 10 years ago. MFI purchased it in South Africa in 2015. After two years of work, the plane was ready to fly home. After a six-day trip from South Africa, the plane landed in Ft. Pierce, FL on May 16, 2017. It is now undergoing major renovations in the MFI maintenance hangar preparing it for service.
N911MF is a Cessna 310. As it's tail number indicates, this is MFI's emergency airplane. It can seat 5 passengers and allows MFI to transport a small number of passengers when the need arises.