Have you seen the trees right by the landing runway at the airport? I was born there, out of a blue egg one sunny day. Not long after I knocked my way out of the egg, I wanted to try to fly for the first time.
"You just have to get some speed, throw yourself into it and let your wings catch the wind," my mum said.
But I couldn't believe that the invisible air would carry all my weight and that my wings would support me – I didn't dare take a step out of the nest and instead just stayed there and got bored.
On the branch next to us lived the pesky Kax crow family.
"What kind of little bird are you that doesn't dare fly? Are your wings just for dusting your nest?" they croaked.
But one fine day, I had grown so much that I could look out of the nest and past the branches and down to the ground. A short distance from there stood a giant bird. It looked really heavy and I felt a little sorry for it.
"I don't dare fly either," I consoled it.
But then the big white bird started moving forward. It ran faster and faster and suddenly took off from the ground and flew. It even waved goodbye, turning straight towards the sky with a thunder, and headed off into the horizon.
"If that big, heavy bird can, then so can I," I thought.
I climbed out of the nest, down onto a branch. I started running, moving faster and faster until the branch was gone and I ran out right into the air! I fell like a rock towards the ground, hitting branch after branch on the way down.
"Now I'm done for," I thought.
But suddenly I saw a white strip painted across the sky and in front of it a small dot. That enormous white bird had left behind a trail to guide me!
I took a deep breath, turned my beak towards the white stripe and wished as hard as I could for air under my wings. I gained speed and just when I was about to end up on the ground, I turned upwards toward the blue sky.
"I'm flying, I'm flying! I dared to! Nothing is impossible," I twittered as loud as I could.
I started flying all around every day and checked out the big birds and the building next to the take-off runway. I learned everything and a little bit more about this fantastic airport.
On my flying trips, I met many people who worked at the airport and became friends with them.
"You birds are the model for all the planes in the world," someone who worked at the airport said to me one day.
"I knew that, of course," I tweeted back, with a little extra pride.
Ever since that day, I have been the technical expert, and everyone – even the Kax crows – comes and listens to me when I talk about it all.
The next time you come to the airport, maybe you'll see me. Please stop by and say hi – I'd love to tell you about everything I know, about this fantastic airport, about the power of the wings that carry you. You just have to dare to believe in yourself and throw yourself into it!