New Windsor, N.Y. - Rapper and Syracuse native Post Malone and fifteen others are thanking the pilot who safely landed a luxury jet at Stewart International Airport on Tuesday.
The rapper applauded the job done by the crew during the emergency landing. When the plane took off from Teterboro Airport in New Jersey, two of the tires blew out. The plane then circled around Teterboro and an airport in Western Massachusetts as the pilot tried to burn fuel.
Syracuse Native Post Malone On Aircraft to Make Emergency Landing
The Gulfstream Four was originally set to go to London.