Santa Claus Issues FAA License For Commercial Mission To Space Station
By admin - December 24, 2020

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has issued a commercial flight permit for Santa and his skating rink.

The FAA said in a statement that at Christmas, Santa could enjoy “special operational powers that include the ability to deliver interstate air cargo across the United States.”

According to the FAA, Klaus will use the StarSleigh-1 space capsule, which is powered by the Rudolph rocket.

“We are delighted to assist Santa in the process of navigating and navigating national airspace so that he can bring a unique and universal, benevolence and joy to children and adults of all ages – even around the world,” said FAA Administrator Steve Dixon. “Let ‘s keep in mind that 2020 was a difficult year, and we think we should all be able to get a special holiday fun that only Santa can create.”

Luckily, Santa has agreed to fly, but a pirate is a must-have for everyone, including those who travel by air even during the holiday season.

The FAA permission came after US leading infectious disease specialist Anthony Fauch convinced the children that he had already vaccinated Santa Claus.

“I measured his level of immunity and I think he is ready for Christmas,” Fauch said. “He can come down the fireplace, he can leave presents and you have nothing to worry about because he is healthy.”