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    Canadian Airline Grants Passengers' Christmas Wishes

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    At two Canadian airports, WestJet customers, both adults and kids, about 250 in total, relayed their Christmas wish lists to Santa, as part of a holiday video conference. While many thought it was a joke and sarcastically told good old St. Nick what they wanted, they had no way of knowing that 175 airline employees were listening to their requests and fully ready to grant them.

    Being stuck in a crowded airport during the holiday season is usually unpleasant. Well that wasn’t true for hundreds of plane passengers after a Canadian airline stepped up to fill the shoes of Santa Claus.

    At two separate Canadian airports, about 250 WestJet customers, both adults and kids, relayed their Christmas wish lists to Santa, as part of a holiday video conference. While many thought it was a joke and cheerfully told good old St. Nick what they wanted, they had no way of knowing that 175 airline employees were listening to their requests and fully ready to grant them.

    All of the passengers were getting ready to board their flights to Calgary when they spoke to Santa. After the aircrafts landed at the intended destination, the travelers were shocked while standing at the baggage carousel. Not only was their luggage there, but also their desired presents.

    Some noteworthy items kids asked for included a train set and an android tablet. They got their wishes.

    One man asked for socks and undies. He got them and surprisingly, he seemed pretty happy with those small items. A woman who had asked the digital Santa for a flight home got her wish as well.