Private Jet Carrying Post Malone & 16 Others Set to Make Emergency Landing – Details Here!
Post Malone following the VMA Awards last night was scheduled to head to England for a series of shows. This morning (Aug 21), he and approximately 16 other passengers boarded a G4 private jet headed for England. After the jet took-off, the pilot realized that the two front wheels of the aircraft had blown. The decision was then made to return the plane to Teterboro Airport in New Jersey where it originally departed from.
Once the jet turned around another decision was made to keep it circling around the state of New Jersey to burn the tremendous amount of fuel it had to carry for the flight to England. This reportedly was an attempt to minimize the possibility of an explosion or fire when the plane attempts its emergency landing. After hours of circling New Jersey, the plane was ordered to Boston to attempt its emergency landing at an airport there which is bigger and better equipped for any emergency of this sort. At the time of preparing this article, we’re told the plane has been ordered to a New York state airport.
When the time comes, the landing that will be attempted by the pilot is a very dangerous one. That’s the fact of it all. Landing a plane with two busted tires is like driving 100+mph on flat tires down a highway. There are a lot of things that can go wrong including, metal to concrete which can cause a fire or worst.
Let’s all keep Post Malone and the other passengers on board that plane in our thoughts and prayers over the next few hours as this situation plays out. The plane has been in the air for four plus hours and we pray it lands safely.
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