Teenager convinces airline bosses that he is an aviation tycoon

The Autism News | English A teenager has fooled aviation bosses into thinking he was a tycoon in a hoax that recalls the Steven Spielberg movie, Catch Me If You Can In a scam that recalls the Steven Spielberg movie, Catch Me If You Can, a teenage boy has tricked British aviation executives into believing that he was a tycoon about to launch his own airline, it has emerged. By Jonathan Wynne-Jones | Telegraph The 17-year-old, from Yorkshire, posed as a businesman in his twenties, claiming to have a fleet of jets and a team of colleagues. Using the pseudonym Adam Tait, he flew to Jersey to hold a meeting with the director of its airport and dealt with industry bosses over his proposals for a cut-price Channel Islands-based airline servicing most of Europe

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Teenager convinces airline bosses that he is an aviation tycoon

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