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Buy a Helicopter

If your business is going well, and you’re enjoying life generally, a helicopter is the essential accessory.

R44 training in the UK

Make the most of your exciting hobby by flying to meetings and site visits, with scope to go on holidays, trips, expeditions and safaris to exotic locations.

R66 type conversion training in the UK

When to buy

You could buy a machine before you start your training course, and save a load of money on the cost of your PPL(H) course. If you’re training towards a Commercial Helicopter Licence, it’s almost worth buying one just for the money you’ll save on the hours you have to fly to get there. Or you can wait till you have your licence, by which time you’ll be more familiar with the issues in play.

Robinson R22

R22 training helicopter The R22 is a great training aircraft, and the entry level. Buy a secondhand one, with expert advice and a good survey from a maintenance organisation you trust for as little as £50, 000. The R22 is the most popular training helicopter in the civilian world. The Beta II is the latest and most powerful model of the Robinson two seat helicopter. The Robinson Helicopter Company has built over 4000 R22s in the Torrance, CA factory since their certification in 1979. It is agile and responsive, and great fun to fly. You’ll hear some detractors (mainly people who don’t pay for their own flying) saying that it has weird controls and that it’s twitchy, but the reality is, if you are properly trained on an R22 you you’ll find the transition to any other type very straightforward. Most people who train on an R22 move on next to the slightly larger R44.

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Political attacks on America’s central bank are

2010-11-27 12:43:27 by 58andfixed

misguided
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by ANON

The Federal Reserve’s decision on November 3rd to start a second round of quantitative easing, or QE—printing money to buy government bonds—gave rise at first to loud protest abroad.
A chorus of finance ministers accused America of wilfully pushing the dollar down.
Now the Fed is under attack at home, as Republicans accuse it of fuelling asset bubbles and inflation.
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QE follows the same logic as standard monetary policy.
In normal times central banks loosen monetary conditions by pushing down their policy interest rates.
They do so by creating bank...

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hiked banks' reserve minimum
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