A private plane carrying Jennifer Aniston was forced to make an emergency landing on Friday, according to several outlets.
The actress reportedly flew to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, when her plane turned around and landed at an airport in Ontario, California, according to People magazine, citing a source. By TMZ, Courteney Cox, his close friend and ex-co-star of "Friends", was also in the game.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) informed TMZ that a flight had taken off from the Los Angeles International Airport around 11 am and had, at takeoff, lost a wheel or tire.
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The gossip site reports that the aircraft was already flying over the Mexican airspace, but the crew decided that it would not be safe to land, and the aircraft was then diverted to the Ontario International Airport.
However, the plane did not land until 14:05. because the pilot should have been running for hours, burning fuel until he was judged safe to land.
In a statement to Fox News on Friday, Ian Gregor, FAA Public Affairs Officer for the Pacific Division, said: "A Gulfstream G4, tail number N729TY, lost a wheel or tire from LAX. 39 aircraft took off without incident and made the Ontario International Airport (ONT) will burn fuel.The aircraft landed at ONT without incident, with the train left, shortly after 2 pm The intended destination of the plane was Cabo San Lucas. "
The FAA added that she could not provide information on the identity of the aircraft.
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According to TMZ, Molly, the wife of night entertainer Jimmy Kimmel, and Amanda Anka, of actress Jason Bateman, traveled to Cabo to celebrate Aniston's 50th birthday. The 12 passengers have not yet landed by TMZ.
The representatives of Aniston and Cox did not immediately respond to Fox News's request for comment.