The holiday season is approaching, which means there will be a lot of reuniting friends and families in airports all over the world.
The Monroe family's airport reunion last year, though, was truly one of a kind.
The Monroes, who currently live in Ohio, won a free trip home to Ireland from the National Ireland Tourist Board, according to Northern Ireland's Aviation Forum.
Upon arrival, family and friends weren't the only people greeting them at the Belfast International Airport in Northern Ireland. A flash mob comprising of members from the Belfast Community Gospel Choir, posing as airport employees and passengers, welcomed them home while singing "Joy to the World."
We can't think of a better way to kick off the holiday season.