This is EASILY the BEST thing I have been all week!

We all know that airports are probably one of the most frustrating places to deal with particularly during the holiday season, but thanks to a Canadian airline called WestJet, some weary travelers were treated to a Christmas miracle that turned an airport into Santa’s workshop…LITERALLY.

With the help of a virtual and veryyyy tech-savvy Santa Claus, they learned what passengers at the Toronto and Hamilton International Airports — who were waiting to board flights to Calgary — had on their Christmas wish-lists this year. Once everyone boarded their planes, the WestJet team also took off — on shopping sprees, that is.

The more than 150 WestJet employees played the part of Santa’s elves, gathering personalized presents, wrapping them and delivering them to the Calgary airport before the unsuspecting recipients landed. Upon arrival, the travelers received nothing short of a holiday miracle at baggage claim.

See it all unfold in the video below:

To make things even better, WestJet also said they will donate flights if the video receives at least 200,000 YouTube views.

So cool.

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