Moscow Reports

Tracking SantaSanta has officially arrives in Moscow.

And with that news you can practically hear the children in Europe scramble to get into bed!

The reindeer love to visit Europe. They say it is because of the cooler weather but we know it is also because of the food. The children of Europe are famous for leaving out great food for reindeer.

And the reindeer just love it.

Elf Ernest


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Singapore Reports!

Tracking SantaSanta is in Singapore.

Already.

I’m looking at the flight logs and I just can’t believe that Santa is moving this fast. They may put this flight down in the history books and read about it some day.

And what’s even more unusual is that the reindeer aren’t even close to being tired. Usually Santa changes them out for a few hours after he arrives in Asia. I wonder if he will do that this year.

I kind of doubt he will. I don’t see signs they are tired at all.

Elf Ernest


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Santa Arrives in Guam

Tracking SantaSanta calls Guam “the little place with big hearts”. He loves to visit there.

And that’s where he is right now.

The people there love Santa too. They welcome him with fireworks every year.

Elf Ernest


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Papua New Guinea Welcomes Santa

Tracking SantaSanta is visiting the island nation of Papua New Guinea.

According to flight logs from past years this is the earliest Santa has ever been there.

From what we can tell Santa may have to stop at some point during his flight tonight and rest because he’s going too fast. At this pace he’ll be in South America well before midnight. And that could be a problem. People in South America love to stay up late. Santa just can’t go there early.

We wonder what that means for maybe a change in flight plans for places like Canada. Is it possible Santa could arrive there even earlier?

Elf Ernest


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Australia Reports a Merry Christmas from All Over

Tracking SantaWe are receiving reports from happy people from several cities in Australia at this time.

But don’t be fooled. We will be hearing about Australia for several hours tonight. It is a very big place and people there love Santa. In the far west of the country isn’t not even Christmas morning yet. It is likely that Santa will leave Australia for a time and then return for those western portions a little later.

Flight engineers at the North Pole cannot believe how well this flight is going this year. The sleigh is perfect. Their reindeer are in top notch condition. And Santa is moving faster than ever. Just an incredible ride so far.

Elf Ernest


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See Santa on the World Map
Tracking Department Website
Email Santa your wishlist

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