One day, when I was reading the newspaper, I saw an ad requesting test people for the new Airbus A580. The A580 is a three-story high, 500-meter long jet-airplane. I am very interested in airplanes, so I called Airbus immidiately, and they said I was the 200th caller, so I got a place on the plane. I should be on Charles-de-Gaulle tomorrow at 2 p.m.
I am Henry Schoyle, and I live in Paris. I am 19 years old, and I study to be a pilot. I packed for the 3-day long trip, and the next day I gout a guest-pass for the secret Airbus terminal on CdG. I hired a taxi and got to the terminal at 1:30 p.m.
At 2 o'clock a large screen was turned on and Joseph Schoepf, the CEO of Airbus got on a stage. «We thank you all for coming to this test fliht. We hope you are going to have a great flight.» Then we got some instructions and went to the hangar. I was almost jumping of joy. When the huge hangar doors opened everybody stopped and went completely silent. It was huge! The wingspan was longer than the Empire State Building was high. Suddenly I saw people moving in to the plane, and then I realized I didn't have a tiket. I followed the queue and when I got to the plane a steward told me the guest pass was my ticket. I looked at it, «Henry Schoyle. 2nd floor, 13A. 1st class» 1st class!? I asked the steward if this was correct, and he said that the 200 first callers got first class tickets. 200? I was the 200th caller. That means I just got on first class.