First Christian Aviation Airline & Flight School to Launch in 2021
Whilst people with small minds criticise pastors with private jets, Judah 1, an aviation ministry based in Shreveport, Los Angeles in the United States (U.S) will open the world’s first Christian airline in 2021 to transport missionary teams and their cargo across the world.
The man behind this lofty vision said God first gave him a vision of the aviation ministry in 1994.
The founder of aviation ministry, Everett Aaron said they will give wings to missionaries as the Great Commission commands Christians togo to all the world and preach the gospel to every creature.
The commercial fleet would be able to carry larger teams and cargo than the regular ones Judah uses now.
Everret confirmed that currently they are able to get take smaller teams of 10 to 12 member teams into the mission fields will convey larger teams once we get our certification.
With the 125 certifications for the large plane, they will carry the larger teams of up to 136 with their MP83 and 17,000 pounds of cargo.
Everett said God showed him a vision where he saw hundreds of airplanes filled with Bibles, food and medical supplies.
According to him, “Engines are running on them, I can see the crew in the cockpit, I can see the flight attendants inside the plane…I mean these planes are ready to go and I get super excited because I knew in my spirit, these planes are missionary aircraft and they’re taking supplies into the mission field”.
In the vision, no one boarded the planes while missionary teams stood in line outside the planes. He then asked God why no one was moving as he felt the grieving of the Holy Spirit and God told him none of the people – missionaries, pilots, mechanics, flight attendants – would move until you get the airplane. “That is my call on your life”, God clarified to him.
The visionary believes Judah 1 will transition from a private, non-profit organization to the world’s first Christian airline.
He indicated that becoming an airline would also enable the ministry to possibly open their own flight school in the future where they train missionary pilots. They have been “serving missions-minded Christian people of all denominations traveling to the mission fields of the world since 2011”.
In 2019, Judah 1 even helped CBN’s Operation Blessing transport teams and supplies to the Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian made landfall.