It was just last year that WestJet airline brought the spirit of the holiday season to 250 passengers in Toronto.
This year, the Calgary-based airline spread more holiday cheer as they brought a “Christmas Miracle” to a beach in the Dominican Republic in this year’s “Christmas Miracle” video.
The miracle? A snowy Canadian Christmas.
The airline reportedly has a special bond with the Puerto Plata community of Nuevo Renacer — one of the four destinations it services in the Dominican Republic.
Airline staff have even built houses in partnership with Hamilton’s non-profit organization Live Different, according to CBC.
This year a sleigh was plunked down in the sandy streets, and kids and adults alike are given a chance to talk to Santa — in Spanish, of course.
WestJet used secret cameras to capture their response.
Last year, a virtual Santa asked passengers of a Canadian flight what they wanted for Christmas as they scanned their boarding passes at a kiosk. While waiting to gather their luggage, they were greeted with gifts — containing exactly what they asked for at the kiosk.
WATCH last year’s video below.