The wait is almost over for children all over the world because Santa has started his annual journey.

You can track his progress right here on Kilmovee Info (scroll down for technical information about his Sleigh & to use the tracker), as we follow Santa as he leaves his top-secret toy factory in the North Pole, as he makes his way to Kilmovee, Urlaur, Glann & Kilkelly and all the boys & girls around the world.

International aircraft have even been warned to steer clear of the North Pole as Santa Claus dashes around the world at almost the speed of light.

Designer & Builder K. Kringle & Elves, Inc.
Probable First Flight Dec. 24, 343 A.D.
Home Base North Pole
Length 75 cc (candy canes) / 150 lp (lollipops)
Width 40 cc / 80 lp
Height 55 cc / 110 lp
Note: Length, width and height are without reindeer
Weight at takeoff 75,000 gd (gumdrops)
Passenger weight at takeoff Santa Claus 260 pounds
Weight of gifts at takeoff 60,000 tons
Weight at landing 80,000 gd (ice & snow accumulation)
Passenger weight at landing 1,260 pounds
Propulsion Nine (9) rp (reindeer power)
Armament Antlers (purely defensive)
Fuel Hay, oats and carrots (for reindeer)
Emissions Classified
Climbing speed One “T” (Twinkle of an eye)
Max speed Faster than starlight

(with with help of The North American Aerospace Defence Command (NORAD))

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