Taylor Swift’s Maui Helicopter Tours Rattle Tourists: ‘It’s Not the End of the World’

On Wednesday, Swift toured Maui on a helicopter, and her fans cheered when she left the island.

The helicopter ride took the singer about 15 minutes, but she did not have to make any stops.

She was just there for the ride and did not take photos or video with the tour boat, as she usually does.

“It’s not the end of the world,” she said during the helicopter ride, which was held in front of a crowd of supporters.

Swift has been touring with Maui tour operators for a few years, but in 2016 she began a full-blown Maui helicopter tour after a fan at her Maui concert in 2016 started a GoFundMe campaign.

Swift was greeted by a throng of Maui fans in her helicopter, including a group of girls in leggings and a group in a Hawaiian shirt who wore T-shirts with the words “Maui Tourists Are Going Everywhere.”

The group, known as the “Halo Band,” cheered and waved flags and waved to Swift as she landed at the airport.

She gave them a hug and waved back as she was taken off.

Swift said she is thrilled with the support she has received for her tour and the fans who have supported her throughout the tour.

“I’m so blessed and humbled to be here,” Swift said in a statement, adding that she wants to continue to bring Maui and the rest of Hawaii closer together.