Taylor Swift's Super Bowl private jet parking likely secured despite concerns over pop star's travel plans

 Taylor Swift will likely have a secure parking spot for her private jet when she attends Super Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas on Feb. 11 and watches the Kansas City Chiefs' Travis Kelce take the field for the final time this NFL season .

A Clark County Aviation Department spokesperson told the Las Vegas Review-Journal on Tuesday that landing slots at Henderson Executive Airport and North Las Vegas Airport appeared to be limited just weeks before the biggest football game of the year.

However, Swift is known as a "mastermind", singing in the hit song from her latest album "Midnights", "If you fail to plan, you plan to fail/Strategy Story “Sets the scene for.” The global pop star will travel directly from Tokyo for the Eraz Tour performance on February 10.

"My guess is that Taylor Swift and her Pilots and her team probably created the slot requirements when... [Taylor and Travis] first started dating, right? Because there was a good chance that the Chiefs would be in the Super Bowl. Were about to go,” Jet Agency CEO Jordan Brown told Fox Business.

Even though Swift had to settle for a last-minute plan, the private aviation CEO said there are people who would work for the hugely popular singer-songwriter.

She's evil,'" Brown said. “So there's no question that if anyone can do it, it's definitely him.”

“There is absolutely no doubt about it,” he said. "They will do it."

Landing spots can also be booked for "drop-and-go" flights, where passengers are dropped off and the aircraft flies to somewhere else for parking. However, this option does not always work.

"Even drop-and-go doesn't work sometimes because their ramps are full," Brown said. "They literally can't pull out of the taxiway and pull onto a ramp to offload passengers. And you certainly can't stop on the taxiway and offload passengers."

Brown explained that private jet parking is akin to "dinner reservations."

"You can't land 30 airplanes at once on the same runway," he said. “So, you have to have an arrival time when you're on final approach to that airport.

“If my slot is at 6:12 pm and I'm flying to Florida, I have to make sure I fly at the exact time that will get me there at 6:12 pm. And they're the same way air traffic Let's manage the control."

Taylor Swift watches the game between the Buffalo Bills and the Kansas City Chiefs at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium on December 10, 2023 in Kansas City, Missouri. (Jamie Squire/Getty Images/Getty Images)

It's unclear if there are any parking spaces left at Harry Reid International Airport. According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, all three airports in the area can accommodate about 400 aircraft, depending on size. Boulder City Municipal Airport can also be used for travel to the Super Bowl. A person familiar with the matter told the outlet that at this time, the airport is largely at capacity.

"We were filled weeks in advance and we're getting calls every day from people wanting to fly in for the game," the source said. "It's a little frustrating that we can't help them."

Kansas City Chiefs Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift celebrate after the Chiefs' victory over the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Championship Game at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore on Sunday. (Patrick Smith/Getty Images/Getty Images)

Fox News Digital has learned that Swift plans to be in Las Vegas for the Super Bowl. The source added that the artist is also planning how she will spend her time in Nevada.

"I think it's incredible that with a private airplane she can leave Tokyo and get to Vegas on time," Brown, who has worked in private aviation for 20 years, told Fox Business. "It would be almost impossible with advertising. After her concert, the departure time is a bit strange."

According to Brown, Swift flies on a new private aircraft – the Falcon 7x – which is more fuel efficient than older planes. There is also a bedroom where Swift can sleep during flights of more than 13 hours.

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