I know in BOS, United does hour-long "North Pole" flights. They depart a few days before Christmas, take-off, fly for an hour, then land at BOS, except at a different gate, where it is closed off, and inside is a festive "North Pole" (actually, it's usually the next gate over. Then after a while, the kids (all underprivileged inner-city kids) board the plane (usually a 757), then fly back to BOS again, and go home. They've done this programme for a few years now, and I think it is a wonderful opportunity for these kids, who otherwise would't get much for Christmas anyways, to enjoy Christmas, and have fun. Anyone know the book The Polar Express, well this is it, but instead of a train, it's a plane.
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