On Friday, Spokane International Airport (GEG) seems innocent sufficient. What with all the poinsettia trees and other holiday decorations.
But by means of Saturday afternoon the foyer is packed with elves waiting for the appearance of several busloads of deserving kids who've obtained invites from Santa and Mrs. Claus to visit them at the North Pole.
Here’s a link to the tale we wrote for the Alaska Airlines weblog:
For the past 25 years, the Spokane Fantasy Flight has been treating about 60 at-threat children from the community to a mystical holiday day that consists of a flight on an airplane, a visit to a hangar converted into the North Pole, and plenty and masses of gifts. Alaska Airlines has been imparting the aircraft for the event for the beyond 14 years, and this yr I were given to move along.
Before all and sundry ought to board the flight, they had to go through airport protection.
And the TSA team at GEG become exceptional sufficient to set apart a committed lane only for the North Pole flight passengers.
Then it became time to board the flight.
Alaska Airlines had introduced inside the latest Starbucks “Merrier Together” and soon we have been setting out for the North Pole, where there has been limitless sweet and ice cream, masses of fun activities, and, of direction, Santa.
We can’t display you the relaxation of the North Pole due to the fact we don’t want to ruin Christmas. But suffice it to say it's far certainly a totally magical area.