UPDATE: TMZ is now reporting that DJ AM’s rep say he was never scheduled to fly on flight 3407. His rep tells TMZ: "DJ AM was never booked on the Continental flight that crashed last month, in fact he was performing that evening in NYC. That crash nor the one he was involved in, has prevented him from flying — although he has tremendously scaled back his east coast residencies to focus on his recovery."
DJ AM was already lucky to survive one jet crash in his lifetime, along with Travis Barker, just last September, and now it seems his luck held out at least one more time: The muscian was originally scheduled to fly on Continental Flight 3407, which crashed into a house near Buffalo, N.Y. and killed 50 people in February.
TMZ reports that DJ AM, real name Adam Goldberg, was booked on the flight but canceled and drove instead, after having a bad feeling about the flight. The site says his flying days are over, and from now on only gigs that he can drive to will be on his schedule.
DJ AM and Travis were the only two who survived a Learjet crash that killed four others on Sept. 20. Both suffered burns from the incident.