The 31-year-old reality star shared the news on Twitter, posting a mirrored-image of her stylish arrival at LAX.
"Supposed 2b in NYC but somehow I'm in Vegas," Khloe tweeted. "NYC I'm trying to get there. Emergency landing but Joyce and I are SAFE."
supposed 2b in NYC but somehow I'm in Vegas NYC I'm trying to get there. Emergency landing but Joyce and I are SAFE pic.twitter.com/J2WbNc2zdR— Khloé (@khloekardashian) January 12, 2016
Khloe, who was traveling with her friend and longtime stylist Joyce Bonelli, was flying to the Big Apple ahead of her Good Morning America appearance on Wednesday.
A rep for McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas tells ET, "An American airlines flight 256 departed from LA en route to JFK. They called for an emergency landing due to concerns of smoke in the cockpit. The plane landed safely at 3:18pm and the alert was terminated (everything was found safe) at 3:27pm."
However, the rep could not confirm that Khloe was on this specific flight.
After landing in Las Vegas, Khloe and Joyce decided to make good use of their wait time by live streaming about the incident on Khloe's app.
Live streamers get ready Joyce and I are in full of effect. Go now!!!— Khloé (@khloekardashian) January 13, 2016
On Monday, Khloe got cryptic on Instagram with a mysterious message about the dangers of trying to "fix a broken person," and the post had her millions of followers wondering who the message was directed toward. Check out the video below for more on Khloe's interesting Instagram message.