Christmas may be behind us now, but that doesn’t mean the holiday spirit can’t roll on! For a little inspiration, look no further than WestJet’s latest Christmas campaign, in which the Canadian airline set out to perform 12,000 “mini miracles” (about one for every employee) in the 24 hours of December 9. In the end, they met their goal, and the result is the above video, which may just bring a tear to your eye. Amazing to see a corporation give back like this.

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1 Comment On "Travel Video of the Week: WestJet's 12,000 Mini Miracles"
  1. Richard|

    nice to see a large company try yo make itself look good at Christmas, never mind the money that they wouldn,t refund to customers after cancelling a flight because of ” operational difficulties”and messing up the travel plans of six people

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