Santa Descends Chimneys from China to Sudan
AirTran Airways Documents Mystical Aviator's One-Night World Tour
AirTran Airways, a subsidiary of AirTran Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: AAI), is pleased to present its second of three Satellite-based Aviation Navigational Tracking Apparatus (S.A.N.T.A) reports. The following information regarding Santa Claus' international flight is based on data invented at AirTran Airways' System Operations Control (SOC) center in Orlando:
- Our Christmas Captain reappeared on AirTran Airways' radar as they crossed over the Great Wall of China before picking up a stockpile of coal for Santa's "naughty" list in southern Mongolia.
- The original "Polar Express" then chugged across Russia before Santa made an abrupt stop just outside of Moscow. There the notoriously big-boned merrymaker replicated the famous workout regime from Rocky IV in anticipation of the millions of cookies still waiting for him in living rooms across the world.
- Military intelligence confirmed that Santa and his squad stopped in Iraq to visit with U.S. troops. As the world's most experienced aviator, Captain Claus dazzled the country's finest pilots by performing six consecutive barrel rolls and then going from zero to 800 mph in two seconds.
- "The Claus" was last seen over Sudan heading towards Europe.
Please keep an eye out for the final S.A.N.T.A. update, scheduled to cross the national wire at 7:00 p.m. EST.
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