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Taylor Swift fans are causing a spike in European air travel, United says

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Air travelers are expected to face increased demand this summer, particularly due to Taylor Swift’s concerts in Europe. United Airlines reported a 25% surge in bookings for flights to Lisbon, where Swift is performing, compared to last summer. This trend is anticipated to continue as fans seek cheaper concert tickets in Europe compared to those in the US. United Airlines has seen increased demand for flights to other cities where Swift will perform, including Madrid, Edinburgh, Dublin, Milan, and Munich. Delta Air Lines also noted a rise in demand for flights to Swift’s European tour. Both airlines are preparing for record-breaking summer travel overall.