North Pole Flight Command is one very busy place. Each year they build Santa’s sleigh, they test fly it for months, then they launch Santa. But even then their work is not done.
Once Santa is in flight thousands of other sleighs are launched in support of Santa. These sleighs serve many useful purposes.
Some are cargo carriers, keeping Santa supplied with all he needs on his flight (he’s got to keep his sack FULL). Other sleighs are scouts, checking out for weather and obstacles in Santa’s way. Some sleighs carry elves who do repairs or provide support for the reindeer. It takes a lot of sleighs to get Santa around the world!
The North Pole Flight Command Center is where all of that is coordinated. They keep a world map that is updated constantly — even with test flight data. When Santa wants to send a message to folks – such as a Christmas Eve bedtime advisory — it flows through North Pole Flight Command. This is their latest news:
- Sleigh Headed to Sector 2by Elf Meg Nogg on July 22, 2021 at 11:58 pm
North Pole Flight Command indicates that Santa’s sleigh will soon start to transition to Sector 2. It will begin with an extended period over open water. Where that will exactly be has not been announced. The sleigh has performed very well since […]
- Sleigh to Head Towards Sector 4by Elf Meg Nogg on July 16, 2021 at 1:31 am
Flight Command reports that Santa’s sleigh will soon take to the skies of Sector 4. More high-altitude tests are planned. This will be the first time Sector 4 will have to see Santa’s sleigh. Be warned however that most flights are scheduled […]
- Flights Reveal Flaws in Santa’s Sleighby Elf Meg Nogg on July 11, 2021 at 3:57 am
Test flights of Santa’s sleigh have revealed design flaws that require adjustments. Flights are not being delayed, but new sleighs are being sent to test flight crews on a continual basis from the Research and Development Department. At present, […]
- What They Are Doing Up Thereby Elf Roger Star on July 6, 2021 at 3:55 am
As Santa’s sleigh continues across Sector 5 we have had reports from many thousands claiming they have seen the sleigh in flight. We knew that would happen with so many eyes on the skies over the long holiday weekend in the United States. But […]
- Reindeer Invited Homeby Elf Meg Nogg on July 4, 2021 at 2:58 pm
Santa’s reindeer have been invited home to the North Pole. North Pole Flight Command has officially requested a greater number of reindeer teams for further test flights of Santa’s sleigh. After Christmas each year the reindeer leave for a […]
- North Pole Navy Deploys to the Pacificby Elf Meg Nogg on July 2, 2021 at 5:47 pm
The North Pole Navy has deploy a second fleet to the Pacific to help support flight operations scheduled later in Sectors 1, 2 and 4. Led by the Jingle Bell, the five ship fleet will host a floating flight command center as well as a tracker elf […]
- Sector 5 Scheduled for Test Flightsby Elf Meg Nogg on June 30, 2021 at 6:01 am
Santa’s sleigh is scheduled for test flights over Sector 5. The sleigh will begin transitioning to North America in the next day or two. I am not sure if the timing of this transition is meant to coincide with Independence Day celebrations in the […]
- UFOs Reported Over Sector 3by Elf Meg Nogg on June 29, 2021 at 2:35 pm
Test flights of Santa’s sleigh have resulted in new reports of UFOs over Sector 3. A team from North Pole Security is being sent to North Africa to investigate. North Pole Security investigates such incidences out of an abundance of caution. They […]
- First Test Flights Will Be Over Sector 3by Elf Meg Nogg on June 23, 2021 at 6:01 am
The first test flights of Santa’s sleigh will take place over Sector 3 in Africa and Europe. Flights should begin over the Sector on June 26th. For the next several weeks I am told that the flights will be high altitude tests putting the sleigh […]
- Test Flights to Begin Next Weekby Elf Meg Nogg on June 17, 2021 at 6:01 am
With the repositioning of the North Pole Navy as announced earlier Santa’s sleigh has only seen a limited number of flights so far. That is soon to change. In fact, a full schedule of test flights will begin in a 24-hour-per-day operation as soon […]