Known widely as BTS, Bangtan Sonyeondan has amassed a massive following globally. Even on social media, the band is one of the most buzzed-about groups. Speculations about the popular boy band going on a world tour ignited social media as BTS Army fans couldn’t contain their excitement. This is because Airports posting BTS songs around the world.
Moreover, social media witnessed this phenomenon’s repetition as major airports began tweeting the lyrics to BTS’ songs. As rumors began to spread on social media about a potential world tour, BTS Army, as the band’s fans are famously known, became excited.
Forty airports, mainly from the US, started posting pictures of flights with the boy band tagged. Pictures were also accompanied by hashtags like #BTSArmy.
Reagan National Airport, located in Arlington, Virginia, shared a photo of an American Airlines flight and used BTS’ Airplane Pt.2 as the accompanying lyrics.
During an airplane flight over the moon, Orlando International Airport shared an amazing photo. “Moonchild, you shine,” was the caption above the photo. Moonchild is the song by BTS’s RM.
— Orlando International Airport (@MCO) April 25, 2022
A picture of the Denver airport did not show the flight, but the whole airport. The caption mirrors the song’s lyrics, “Let’s break our plans and live like we’re golden.”.
— Denver Int’l Airport (@DENAirport) April 28, 2022
Delhi airport in India followed suit shortly thereafter, as did most other airports around the world. “Cause I-I-I’m in the stars tonight,” stated the band while quoting a line from the hit track Dynamite.
— Delhi Airport (@DelhiAirport) April 29, 2022
A picture of a flight taking off next to the tower at the Atlanta airport followed next. Atlanta airport used the lyrics from Life Goes On as its caption, which states, “Like an arrow in the blue sky.”
— Atlanta Airport (@ATLairport) April 28, 2022
Several other airports have joined the BTS party.
— Paris Aéroport (@ParisAeroport) April 28, 2022
— Heathrow Airport (@HeathrowAirport) April 28, 2022
— Brisbane Airport ✈️ (@BrisbaneAirport) April 28, 2022
— CLT Airport (@CLTAirport) April 28, 2022
— Dublin Airport (@DublinAirport) April 28, 2022
— Dulles Airport (IAD) (@Dulles_Airport) April 28, 2022
— RGIA Hyderabad (@RGIAHyd) April 29, 2022
A few of these tweets were met with reactions such as “finally!”. BTS is going on a world tour”, “can’t believe my eyes… it’s happening!”, and more.
what is happening with all these airports ???????? bts world tour ???!?!?!👀 pic.twitter.com/DZuee2XdKw
— Li⁷🎭_♡🌙 (@Melissa89736231) April 28, 2022
— Christina (@ChristyyPhann) April 29, 2022
Airport tweets are still coming and I’m all for them. The whole thing might not be related to the official schedule (of the boys), but it’s clear that only BTS and their impact can drive this massive campaign and get people talking.#AirportTwitter
— Dita ⁷ | 2022.06.10 (@almostdita) April 29, 2022
Do you agree with the activities carried out by airports in many countries?