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Thursday 30 July 2015

Aniston 'building home runway'

Published 27/10/2013 | 09:00

Jennifer Aniston
Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer Aniston has reportedly submitted plans to have a runway built at her Bel Air mansion.

The actress is engaged to Justin Theroux but while she is based in Los Angeles he is in New York City shooting his new TV show The Leftovers.

The distance means they don't get much time together, which Jennifer is planning to remedy by paying $1 million to have a 3,200ft. runway installed at the mansion she and Justin have been renovating in Bel Air.

"Jen says it will be worth every penny to cut hours off the flight times," an insider told British magazine Heat.

The move will drastically reduce the amount of time the pair spend travelling as they will be able to jet between the east and west coast via private jet.

They have reportedly handed over a plan to the Federal Aviation Administration and have their fingers crossed that work will begin in a matter of weeks.

The news comes after it was reported the couple would be living "bi-coastal" lives over the next six months.

"Ever since Justin started working on The Leftovers this has been on the cards. And while Jennifer had initially considered uprooting from LA for the majority of the period, she now wants to stay put in LA and share the burden of travelling back and forth at weekends," a source told British magazine Grazia recently. "There have been a lot of heated fights on the matter, but ultimately Justin doesn't want to push it too far, it's a precarious situation, but it looks like they will be leading separate bi-coastal lives."

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