If you flew from Dallas to San Diego this week, you should've flown Southwest.

Twitter users shared the news that Southwest Airlines distributed a Nintendo Switch and a copy of Super Mario Maker 2 to everyone on board the Wednesday flight to San Diego — appropriate, considering the city is hosting Comic Con this weekend.

They just gave every person on board a free Nintendo Switch and Super Mario Maker 2!!!#SouthwestxNintendopic.twitter.com/BUPY3IdTOS

— Nicholas Friedman @ SDCC (@NMFreed)July 17, 2019

The giveaway was of a partnership between the gaming company and the airline and is the start of "a summer of surprises," Southwest said in a statement.

Passengers on the plane were also given a download code for a special Southwest-themed level of Super Mario Maker 2.


— Nicholas Friedman @ SDCC (@NMFreed)July 17, 2019

According to the press release, the flight was Nintendo-themed, complete with Mario himself greeting passengers before boarding.


— Nicholas Friedman @ SDCC (@NMFreed)July 17, 2019

"With the help of Southwest, we brought smiles to an entire plane full of people," said Nick Chavez, Nintendo of America's Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing. "We hope that spirit of fun lasts for a long time, as now everyone on the flight has a Nintendo Switch system and Super Mario Maker 2 to play at home or on their future travels."