Santa Lands on a Virgin Atlantic Plane with 4D Technology


Microsoft and Virgin help land Santa on top of a plane at 30,000 feet.  If you’ve been wondering where Santa’s been, he landed on top of a Virgin Atlantic plane and did a photo shoot with the passengers.

Microsoft teamed up with Richard Branson and Virgin Atlantic to bring the magic of Christmas to life.  In the world’s first 4D experience in flight, Santa Claus appears to land on top of a Virgin Atlantic plane at 30,000 feet. 

How’s that for some fancy flying with modern technology?!

Each passenger was also given a Windows tablet so they could track Father Christmas and chat with him during the flight.

Here’s the video of Santa landing on top of the plane and visiting with the passengers:

Video: Santa Lands on Top of a Virgin Atlantic Plane at 30,000 Feet

Here are a few scenes that show Santa in action …

Here’s one of Santa’s reindeer peering down into the cabin from on top of the plane:

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Here’s Santa peering down into the cabin from above the plane before he goes inside:

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Santa sees somebody he recognizes:

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Santa boards the plane and walks the cabin:

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The kids are excited to see Santa:

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Adults are happy, too:

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Santa has time for some photo shoots:

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Santa leaves to get back to his sleigh on top of the plane:

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Virgin Atlantic and Microsoft wish everybody a very, merry Christmas:

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Here’s Richard Branson’s post on the story:

Santa Lands on Virgin Atlantic Plane at 30,000 Feet

Merry Christmas to all and to all a good night.

JD

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