Of course this would happen in Canada.

In a video released Monday, Calgary-based airline WestJet sets up electronic Santa chat boxes in terminals at the Hamilton and Toronto airports. Travelers giggle at the chance to talk live with Santa through a screen, and parents and kids alike tell him what they want for Christmas.

But the surprise is far from over. While the flights soar to their destination in Calgary, WestJet shoppers pick up everybody's Christmas wishes, from "socks and underwear" to "a big TV."

When they get to baggage claim, tired travelers see their luggage -- and big blue boxes with their names on the front and their dream Christmas gifts inside. Faux snow falls, tears are shed, and a giant gingerbread man waddles around the luggage belt eating cookies. The whole situation is precious and magical.

This isn't the first time WestJet has whipped out the holiday cheer. Last year, a flash mob of 150 volunteers performed a jolly dance in the waiting area for a red-eye flight, complete with Santa on the tarmac and stockings stuffed with new iPods.

With the delays and debacles holiday travel can bring, it's awesome to see an airline bringing good tidings. Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good flight!

Earlier on HuffPost:

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  • The painting crew was made up of people from four countries, five states, two provinces and 12 cities, according to WestJet.

  • WestJet estimates that over the course of the next five years, the Magic Plane will fly more than 400,000 travellers nearly eight million kilometres.

  • According to WestJet, the cookies served on board of the Magic Plane will be in the shape of Disney characters.

  • WestJet says the two sides of the plane are mirror images of each other, in all aspects but one. The company would not say what that is.

  • A total of 36 different colours were applied to the aircraft, says WestJet

  • More than 150 donuts were consumed during the painting of the Magic Plane.

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