Aer Lingus Flies People Across the World to Surprise Their Families This Christmas
Irish airliner Aer Lingus flew people across the world to be with their loved ones in Ireland on Christmas.
Aer Lingus made the holidays extra special for five families by flying people from America back to Ireland and into their loved ones' arms.
Aer Lingus posted on their YouTube page: “We’ve been bringing people home for Christmas since 1936. This year, we wanted to make Christmas extra special for families across the world, who couldn’t make it home to see their loved ones. Taking to social media, we quietly sought out five families for a very festive homecoming.”
Now that is a gift worth giving.
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