Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox’s make emergency landing – Daily News

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Jennifer Aniston and her Friends co-star Courteney Cox were jet-setting to Mexico for a birthday trip but were forced to make a terrifying emergency landing on Friday The two actresses were in Aniston’s private jet bound for Cabo San Lucas around 11am when the plane lost a wheel during take-off at LAX airport, according to the FAA Aniston, Cox, screen writer Molly Kimmel – wife to late-night host Jimmy Kimmel – and nine others were on board the Gulfstream Aerospace IV plane and they are yet to de-plane the aircraft  The plane made it all the way down to Mexican airspace but turned around back to Ontario, California after deeming it wasn’t safe to land    As a result the plane was diverted emergency landed at Ontario International Airport just after 2pm, about 60 miles away from Los Angeles  According to FlightAware, the aircraft touched down at 2:05pm PST, three hours after taking off  They were a total of 12 passengers on the aircraft and they are yet to get off the plane, according to TMZ  The plane has the tail number N729TY. All the passengers on the plane are reportedly women including Amanda Anka, Jason Bateman’s wife   Share this article Share The aircraft was forced to circle in the area for roughly three hours in order to burn off enough fuel to land the plane safely, according to Fox   The City of Ontario Police and Fire Departments speedily responded to the airport to assist the plane in landing, according to airport officials  By Friday afternoon the aircraft was still stationed at the Ontario airport and a tire was brought out, seemingly to replace the missing one  Then airport crew speedily removed the luggage from the faulty private plane and transferred it onto another bigger private jet   Finally around 4.03pm PST, the Aniston and her friends disembarked the private jet hiding under umbrellas and hats and boarding the other plane  Aniston celebrated her 50th birthday on February 11. 


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