Training for Your Pilot License: What You Need to Know

Posted on: 17 October 2017
Learning to fly is easier than you think. You don't have to get a job with an airline or sign up for the military. Instead, you can sign up with a private flight school like Professional Helicopter Services Pty Ltd and receive the tuition needed to take to the skies on your first solo flight. Below is a guide to everything you need to know about gaining your pilot's licence. Basic Requirements 
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Should You Open a Corporate Account or Have Your Employees Book Their Own Hire Cars?

Posted on: 26 July 2017
If you have a staff that travel and need to hire cars in their travel destinations, you have a couple different choices. You can have your employees hire cars individually and you can reimburse them, or you can sign up for a corporate car hire account. It may sound easier to just let your employees handle booking and payments, but there are actually compelling reasons to consider corporate car hire.
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3 Benefits of Hiring a Bus for Your Homeschool Trip

Posted on: 23 November 2016
If you are a parent who has decided to homeschool their child, you will probably want to make sure that they do not miss out on the chance to go on organised field trips and days out. By joining an homeschool alliance, you can coordinate these trips with other homeschooled children, allowing your kid to mix with other kids and to explore the world around them. If you are planning a field trip for a group of homeschooled children, you should seriously consider hiring a bus.
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How to Check Your Hire Car

Posted on: 18 July 2016
Whenever hiring a vehicle from a company whether it's car, minivan or bus hire, it's important to carry out a thorough inspection and take photographic evidence of the condition of the vehicle before signing any contract. This will ensure that when you return the vehicle, you will only be liable for any damage caused by you, and not previous drivers. A quick look from a distance won't be of much use; you should be methodical and take your time to make sure any scratches, dents to the bodywork or faults are detected and clearly annotated on the rental agreement.
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