A private jet carrying Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox was forced to make an emergency landing last Friday.
Courteney Cox is to speak about her and Jennifer Aniston in a recent in-flight emergency.
“I’m not afraid of flying at all… my father was a pilot… but I was really scared because if we were, we heard this really loud bang and I was like, ‘Oh, that sounds like something we probably need that tape,'” the actress recalled to Extra in an interview published on Wednesday.
“There was no band at all, there was no wheel,” she continued. “Fortunately, there are two wheels on each side and two at the front. I must say, we were in the air for four hours, burn fuel, and thought of what it’s going to be like when we land… it was really a soft landing.”
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Cox, 54, went on to tell the outlet that she sent an “I love you” text to her 14-year-old daughter Coco Arquette.
“I could not say why,” she explained, adding that they also spoke to boyfriend Johnny McDaid. “I told him what was going on, and I FaceTimed him after.”
Last Friday, a private jet, the implementation Cox and Aniston was forced to make an emergency landing. The pals and former “Friends” stars were reportedly on a flight to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico when the plane circled back and landed at an airport in Ontario, California.
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At the time, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) told TMZ that a flight departed Los Angeles International Airport around 11 am, and during take-off, lost a wheel or tire.
According to the gossip site, the plane was already over the Mexican airspace, but the crew decided it would not be safe in the country, and the aircraft was then diverted to Ontario International Airport.
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However, the plane did not touch down until around the 2:05 a.m., because the pilot reportedly had to circle for hours, burning fuel, until it was regarded as a safe country.
In a statement to Fox News on Friday, the FAA public affairs manager, Pacific division, Ian Gregor, said: “A Gulfstream G4, tail number N729TY, lost a wheel or tire while departing from LAX. The plane took off without incident and circled in the vicinity of Ontario International Airport (ONT) to burn fuel. The plane landed in ONT without incident, with the gear down, shortly after 2 pm, The aircraft planned destination is Cabo San Lucas.”
The FAA added that it could not provide information on the plane.
According to TMZ, the ladies — along with late-night host Jimmy Kimmel’s wife, Molly, and actor Jason Bateman’s wife, Amanda Anka — were on their way to Cabo to celebrate Aniston’s 50th birthday.