- The Kansas City Chiefs face the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LVIII on Sunday
- United put on an extra flight, using Taylor Swift’s album name as the number
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Flight 1989, United Airlines’ obvious nod to Taylor Swift, took off Friday night and took Kansas City Chiefs fans to Las Vegas for Sunday’s Super Bowl.
The Chiefs booked their ticket to Super Bowl LVIII with a 17-10 victory over the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Championship two weeks ago and the airline immediately put in extra flights from Kansas City to Sin City for fans desperate to get there for support your team. .
United jumped on the Taylor Swift-Travis Kelce bandwagon and posted a flight from Kansas City to Las Vegas, numbered UA 1989, two days before the Super Bowl. The flying number was a clear homage to Swift’s 1989 album.
The 1989 flight warmly welcomed the Chiefs Kingdom traveler with red and yellow flags flying on the backs of the seats, saluting United as “proud to fly with the Kansas City Chiefs.”
United’s official pieces of jewelry at their Eras Tour concerts.
Flight 1989, United Airlines’ obvious nod to Taylor Swift, took off Friday night for Las Vegas
United mocked the flight by posting a photo of a plane ticket with three friendship bracelets.
Red and yellow flags hung over the backs of the seats, saying “proud to fly the Kansas City Chiefs.”
The airline also flew two other flights, 2287, which celebrates the Chiefs power couple by highlighting the title of the hit song and Kelce’s jersey number, and 1587, which bears Patrick Mahomes’ name and jersey numbers. by Kelce.
United wasn’t the only company getting in on the action, as American Airlines also logged a flight from Kansas to Las Vegas, numbered AA 1989, the day before the Super Bowl, and a return flight from Las Vegas to KC, with the number AA 87.
Although some NFL fans have called for the league and media covering the sport to focus less on Kelce and Swift’s relationship, those interested in the couple enjoyed a great moment after they kissed on the field afterward. of the Chiefs’ victory.
Kelce caught up with his girlfriend while waiting for the AFC Championship trophy presentation in emotional scenes, and Swift seemed almost tearful as the couple had a moment to celebrate together with the eyes of the world on them.
The flying number was a clear homage to Travis Kelce’s girlfriend Taylor Swift’s 1989 album.
The couple kissed on the field after the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Baltimore Ravens.
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And when Kelce took the stage and took the microphone, he was elated, channeling the Beastie Boys shouting, ‘You gotta fight for your right to party!’
Meanwhile, Swift has her own flight to make this week. After performing her sold-out tour in Tokyo, Japan, this week and wrapping up her final show on Saturday, Swift is expected to make a mad dash to Las Vegas for the Super Bowl.
The 17-hour time difference works in his favor as he returns to the U.S. from Japan, and it will be the 13th Chiefs game this season in which Swift will have cheered on the team — his lucky number.