Elf Training #24 – Air Traffic Reports

Elf TrainingGreetings, Trackers!

Today we talk about one of the most important and exciting reports you can ever send to the North Pole – the air traffic report.

Now, most elves think this is a boring report. But that’s because they don’t really think.

Here’s the deal: to do this report you have to either go outside and look up, or check out the sky from a window if you have a good view.

What are you looking for?

You’re looking for things that fly. Planes, helicopters — or Santa Claus.

Yes, we actually want you to look for Santa. Granted, you might be pushing the limits of a bedtime advisory if you actually see Santa flying in your neighborhood.

That doesn’t matter.

What matters is that you report it.

Your evaluation of Santa in flight is just as valid as anyone else’s. Of course Flight Command is going to want to know about it.

This is not a complex report. You can see a sample of it below or click here:

Max the Miracle Worker
SantaTrackers.net Elf Support Manager at the Santa Claus LTD company
Elf Max is known as The Miracle Worker. Max has worked in computer systems at the North Pole since the early 1970s. He frequently is the elf people turn to in order to make technology work. Max now works site support exclusively for SantaTrackers.net.
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Harmony Gounden

Alright!

Jessica H

Wait, so for clarification, do we ignore or follow the bedtime warnings? Like, of course I want to stay up and see Santa, but the bedtime warnings are there for a reason, right? I’ve always thought of the bedtime warnings as I sign to ‘stand-down’ from tracking and head to bed. Is it different for tracker elves who Track Santa 4 Santa rather than just the general public?