“I'm Alex Jacquot, a ten-year-old boy, and take me seriously,” he writes to the ceo of the airline Qantas. “I want a private airline to begin.” Stronger still: the Australian Alex is already started. He has been a financial director in service, a director of IT and a name for his company: Oceania Express. In addition, he has already thought about the planes that he needed, the flight numbers and the catering on board.
But, before he became a serious competitor of the already established airline, will Alex still learn something from Qantas ceo Alan Joyce. If he has ideas what work he can do in the school holidays, and tips for an airline to start. the
Joyce responds that he is, indeed, all the rumors had heard about a new player on the market, but usually not tips to competitors. This time he wants to make an exception. “I was also once a boy who was curious about flying and all the possibilities therein.”