No, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger did not light up a cigar on his plane. It's not a smoking tent.
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's plane made an emergency landing Friday evening because of smoke in the cockpit.
The pilot made a "quick, steep, but safe landing" at 6:23 p.m. at Van Nuys Airport in the San Fernando Valley, McLear said.
City fire crews met the jet on the runway. There were no flames and no one was injured.
Schwarzenegger tweeted about the incident, calling it "a little adventure," and posting a link to a photo of the jet parked on the runway on his Twitter feed.
"All's ok, though," he tweeted.
After landing, the governor exited the jet and headed to his Los Angeles-area home, McLear said.
Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Ian Gregor said a business jet reported smoke in the cockpit and was diverted to Van Nuys Friday evening.