Testing for Santa’s sleigh has been shifted to the Rocky Mountains of North America. Test pilots will conduct tests over a 2000-mile stretch of mountainous terrain, hoping to find poor weather conditions to test new stabilizers in blizzard conditions. Several storms are lined up in the Pacific that should prove good for sleigh testing over the next week to ten days.
The first test flight of Santa’s new sleigh has been deployed. Maneuvers are underway over the skies of Northern Finland and will continue most of the day.
Flight engineers expect to take a short break before launching the first night time flight mostly over Norway and Sweden.
It is possible that ground personnel could see streaks of light for brief periods in the skies, weather permitting.