A helicopter carrying US first daughter, Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner, had to be rerouted after one of its engines failed, law enforcement officials told CNN.
The senior White House aides were flying from Washington, DC, to New York on Thursday afternoon in a two-engine helicopter when one engine failed, sources told the network.
The chopper had to return to Ronald Reagan National Airport, where the couple hopped on a commercial flight instead. It is not yet clear how far into the less than two-hour trip they were when the engine failed.
The aircraft was a Sikorsky owned by the Trump Organization.
A spokesperson for the couple had no comment on the incident.
New York Post