This Awesome Canadian Airline Aced Christmas By Giving Passengers The Shock Of Their Lives.
Canadian airline WestJet set up an interactive Santa for passengers scanning their boarding passes at a kiosk in Toronto and Hamilton, Ontario. Kriss Kringle casually asked the travellers what they wanted for Christmas. The wish list varied from socks and underwear to Thomas the train set, a tablet, to even a new big screen TV.
Little did the jet-setters know that while in mid-air, 175 WestJet staff drove, shopped and wrapped presents for its annual WestJet Christmas Miracle.
When the 250 passengers arrived at the Calgary International Airport instead of receiving their luggage, they were met with gifts with their names on them.
The company challenged for the WestJet Christmas Miracle video to reach 200,000 views online with the goal to donate flights for the Ronald McDonald House Charities. The video reached 1 million views within the first day.
WestJet’s Christmas Miracle changes every year. Passengers have been flash mobbed by dancing elves to bringing the spirit of giving to a town in the Dominican Republic.