A video revealing how Canadian airline WestJet last month presented passenger with more than just their luggage has gone viral, gaining close to two million hits on YouTube.
Late last month, 250 people on two flights to Calgary told a virtual Santa Claus what they wanted for Christmas before boarding their flights.
As the passengers waited at the baggage carousel, they were surprised instead to receive hand-picked Christmas presents from underwear to tablets to TVs.
German airline Lufthansa has cancelled dozens of flights to and from the UK and Ireland due to strike action.
Around 100 flights - including departures and arrivals - have been cancelled at airports in London, Manchester, Birmingham, Newcastle, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Dublin.
The German airports affected by the strike are Frankfurt, Munich, Dusseldorf and Hamburg. the one-day strike, which is due to pay dispute, will result in only about 20 of more than 1,650 scheduled short-haul flights operating. The airline said many long-haul flights will also be affected.
Passengers affected by the cancellations can re-book for free, Lufthansa said.
Hundreds of holidaymakers have been hit by the grounding of the budget airline bmibaby. The airline has suffered huge financial losses. It's expected all flights will stop by September.
Consumer champion Martin Lewis says cancelled flights will be reimbursed but bmibaby customers will find new ones could be costly.
Reacting to the news that low fare carrier bmibaby is set to close, pilots' union Balpa has hit out at the decision by Flybe (part owned by British Airways) to move into former bmibaby routes without consulting staff.
General secretary Jim McAuslan warned his union would "use whatever means we can" to protect jobs.
Colin Whyatt, of the GMB union, said: "This is absolutely devastating news which puts 800 jobs at risk, almost half in the East Midlands.
"bmibaby had been reorganised last year and GMB members hoped it would be sold. Two potential bidders have pulled out and unless a new bidder comes forward in the next 90 days, these jobs will go, on top of 1,200 jobs lost from the reorganisation of BMI."
The changes mean that all bmibaby flights to and from Belfast will cease from June 11, although this will not affect bmi mainline's services to London Heathrow.
bmibaby services from East Midlands to Amsterdam, Paris, Geneva, Nice, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Newquay, and from Birmingham to Knock and Amsterdam, will end on the same date.
With bmi Regional, bmibaby transferred to International Airlines Group ownership on completion of the purchase from Lufthansa.
IAG has consistently said that bmibaby and bmi Regional are not part of its long-term plans.
The GMB union said it was "devastating" news, especially for the East Midlands, where hundreds of jobs are now threatened with the axe.