Plus there is a world map there that shows you how Flight Command divides up the world and what we know about certain areas of the world and how they affect Santa’s flight.
Also, aside from becoming an elf and being a Santa Tracker, you can also register your location on Santa’s map. It’s pretty cool – because you can see all the areas of the world where Santa has trackers helping him on his flight.
Like always, we will have the news program steaming live on Kringle Radio – and now I’m hearing rumors of a program just for Santa trackers alone that will air when Santa tracker check-ins begin.
In all, we have an epic year of Santa tracking planned that you don’t want to miss!
Kids are always asking about the reindeer. Sometimes I think reindeer are more popular than elves.
But this question is a fair question. Why does Santa use the same reindeer every year? Why doesn’t he shake it up a little bit and use some of the other reindeer?
And it is true. You usually read right how about the many thousands of reindeer who help out with Santa in one way or the other every Christmas eve. So this is a very good question (thank you, Florence!).
Elf Crash Murphy received another flight question today, this one about military jet escorts on Christmas Eve.
This is a really good question and I’m glad that Craig in the UK asked it. We get this question quite a bit for some reason.
Santa’s flight on Christmas Eve actually gets seen by a lot of people. We document those Santa sightings right here on Christmas Eve every year as part of our coverage of Santa’s flight.
But it is true that a lot of different aircraft try to be in the skies at the same time every Christmas when Santa is. That is kind of dangerous and one of the many reasons Santa has his own Santa trackers. There just cannot be enough eyes looking out for Santa’s safety on Christmas Eve.
We hope as you listen to these questions and answers from Crash that you consider joining the Santa effort and think of becoming an elf. Santa can always use more elves.
Elf Crash Murphy may spend more time on a sleigh in the skies around the world than any other person besides Santa. He has simply been everywhere and seen everything that you can see from a sleigh.
So he is the perfect person to ask about the Northern and Southern Lights.
People in many areas of the world can see these green lights in the skies if there are certain conditions present. Most of the world does not see these lights because you have to either be very far north or very far south to see them.
But Crash has seen them and in this question from a fan he talks about those lights and what he does when he sees them.