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Wednesday morning. I sit down with the Finance Manager of MAF International to finalize the budget for 2019. This will now be followed by a round of budget discussions in Cairns later this month.

We look at some changes I've made to our course fees to achieve more accuracy and transparency. We also look at the best way to reduce the costs of training for future MAF pilots. National MAF offices often recommend future MAF pilots to train with us, rather than a non-related flight school, as the quality of training, and the procedures are fully aligned with the way MAF flies worldwide.

In the afternoon I put together a number of training options for one of our students. I also scheduled the coming week for the students by booking their flights, assigning instructors and aircraft, making sure that we keep the progress of training for all students going along at a good pace.

Tomorrow morning I’m meeting with the Fleet Manager of a large aviation company in Papua New Guinea. They are interested in sending a PNG local to us, and he wants to see what the Training Centre can offer. The ideal scenario would be that we train someone up from zero hours to being ‘Industry Ready' after which they are employed by this company.

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