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Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean Make Impromptu Road Trip & Dairy Queen Stop After Cold Temps Ground Plane

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What was expected to be a 30-minute flight from St. Louis, Mo., ended up being an impromptu road trip for Jason Aldean and Luke Bryan.

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Bryan shared the video of their trip in a rental car via Instagram on Friday (Jan. 12), detailing how they ended up taking a rental car after cold temperatures impacted the plane’s instruments mid-flight.

As Bryan and Aldean pulled up to a Dairy Queen to place their drive-thru orders, Bryan said, “Jason and I were flying out of St. Louis when we had some issues traveling with the plane. So we rented a car to go to duck camp. We’re at a Dairy Queen.”

“Because our plane, we thought was going to fall out of the sky,” Aldean said, as Bryan started laughing.

“We duck hunted this morning, we flew to St. Louis this morning, we landed, we did the ATA show with Buck Commander.”

“We were supposed to get back on the plane,” Aldean said, “fly back and it was supposed to be a 30-minute flight. Easy, easy.”

“We took off, and it was so cold in St. Louis, it was like 16 degrees, wind was blowing 40 miles an hour. Some of the instruments on the plan were not … so we had to turn around and land and yeah, it was a little tense,” Bryan said. “So now we’re on I-55 at a Dairy Queen.”

“‘Cause it’s the only thing on the exit,” Aldean said.

“We’re getting some chicken fingers. I just peed beside the road, and Jason’s the driver,” Bryan said, bantering with Aldean.

“That’s ’cause I don’t trust you to drive, actually,” Aldean shot back.

For those curious, Aldean ordered a cheeseburger with “cheese and pickles only,” as well as a basket of chicken tenders, fries and a Coca-Cola, while Bryan ordered “a No. 1 with a Coke.” Their drive-thru meal cost $29.78 — and Bryan paid the tab.

Watch the Instagram video below:

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