Passengers on WestJet Airlines flights earlier this month received a little extra something at the end of their trip, The Daily Dose reported. Calgary-based WestJet first set up a virtual Santa, who was told by more than 250 passengers what they wanted for Christmas via a live video feed. Some asked for toys, others for clothes, while one couple jokingly asked for a really big flat-screen TV. It was all good fun and resulted in some laughs - or so the passengers thought. While the passengers' flights were in the air, 175 WestJet volunteers ran out and frantically gathered the list of gifts the people had asked Santa for. As in, all of them, the article said, and the reactions of the surprised passengers were caught on video.