Airline’s interesting Christmas video

December 11, 2013 by Mike Collins

Disclaimer: This is not general aviation-related. But it’s aviation-related, and it’s worth watching.

Canadian airline WestJet apparently has a tradition of doing something big at the holidays–last year, it was a late-night flash mob in an airport terminal. This year, it’s…well, if I give away the story line, it’ll be a spoiler (and I don’t want to be accused of spoiling Christmas). Watch the YouTube video here.

Not only is the video well-produced, but it’s gone viral–with more than 6.5 million views on YouTube as of this writing. (The video’s only been online for three days.) If you want more, there’s also an outtakes and bloopers reel here.

Merry Christmas!


2 Responses to “Airline’s interesting Christmas video”

  1. J. Ritchie Says:

    Thanks Mike, that was a great video!
    Merry Christmas to you and yours!

  2. Ed Reading Says:

    Nooooooooooooo! Shopping is not Christmas, no matter what the industry wants us to believe. And I hate it when the store PA system calls me a “shopper.” We don’t need any more stuff. We’ve got too much stuff as it is.

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