BENSALEM, Pa. (WPVI) --Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence is campaigning in Bucks County.
Pence will appear at T.C. Millwork, Inc. in Bensalem Friday afternoon.
Pence is got back in the air on a new plane Friday morning, after his campaign plane slid off the runway at New York's LaGaurdia Airport.
The Republican vice presidential candidate, his staff, U.S. Secret Service agents and reporters were flying from Newark, New Jersey to Trenton, Pennsylvania.
Pence's entourage is traveling in an Eastern Airlines Boeing 737-800, operated by a private charter company. It doesn't feature the names of Pence and Donald Trump, nor the slogan "Make America Great Again."
Those were stenciled on Pence's regular 737-700 plane, which slid sideways off the runway and onto the grass after a rough landing in the rain Thursday.
No one was injured.