The Canadian company WestJet has many believing in Christmas miracles after a video showcasing the airline's generosity (and marketing savvy) went viral. In the five-and-a-half-minute piece, "Virtual Santa" asked unsuspecting Calgary-bound passengers what they would like for Christmas. The customers then boarded their flights from Toronto and Hamilton, Ontario.
The scenes to follow in the video capture the holiday spirit in motion. According to WestJet's blog, a group of 175 volunteers helped grant more than 250 guests their Christmas wishes. "Santa's helpers" scrambled to Best Buy, local malls, and department stores to purchase everything from socks and underwear to a flat-screen TV.
If you have ever waited for luggage in an airport, you know the anxious feeling in your stomach when the siren goes off and the carousel begins moving. Your only concern is that the airline you flew with didn't lose your bags. For WestJet's lucky fliers, a pleasant surprise awaited: The gifts they askedRead More »from Airline Surprises Passengers With Christmas Gifts Upon Arrival