We know this much about Taylor Swift’s long journey from Tokyo to Las Vegas to cheer on Travis Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs at the 2024 Super Bowl: She reportedly landed in Los Angeles after getting on a plane not long after her final Eras Tour performance in the Japanese city.
So … now what?
She could fly from L.A. to Vegas … but there’s one issue: There are going to be a lot of private jets flying in to see the first Super Bowl in Las Vegas. It may be so many that parking might be extremely limited.
The Federal Aviation Administration said in a statement that it expects 3,500 more takeoffs and landings than usual at local airports — including Harry Reid International, Henderson Executive, North Las Vegas and Boulder City — this weekend, with about 500 aircraft being parked at those locations.
The math there would seem to indicate a bit of a supply-and-demand issue.
So … she could have booked a spot, or she could drive about four hours from L.A. to L.V.