This 10-Year-Old’s Letter to Qantas Airlines CEO Means Business
Letters from the youngest airline CEO to Australia’s oldest airline CEO were uploaded by Qantas’ Twitter account.  
Letters from the youngest airline CEO to Australia’s oldest airline CEO were uploaded by Qantas’ Twitter account.  (Photo Courtesy: Twitter/Qantas Airlines)

This 10-Year-Old’s Letter to Qantas Airlines CEO Means Business

A 10-year-old boy has written the most adorable letter to the CEO of Qantas Airlines, sharing his dreams and aspirations of starting his own airlines.

Alex Jacquot, who is the self-proclaimed owner of ‘Oceania Express,’ informed Qantas CEO Alan Joyce that he has everything planned for his future business – right from the planes he will need, the flight numbers to the kind of catering his airline will have.

The boy mentioned in his letter that since his school is shut for the holidays, he has a lot of time to complete this dream project. He also made it very clear that these were genuine questions that should not be mistaken for jokes. The letter starts with: *Please take me seriously*.

Joyce posted Alex's handwritten letter on his Twitter account and responded to the little guy with his own set of experiences.

Thank you for letting me know about your new airline. I had heard some rumours of another entrant in the market, so I appreciate you taking the time to write.
CEO Qantas Airlines

Twitterati could not keep calm after this heart-warming gesture and showered praises on the little boy.

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