altWhy fly first class when you can travel on Air Force One?

Jon Bon Jovi hitched a ride aboard the president’s aircraft on Monday, according to a White House press pool report.

The report says Bon Jovi, 50, was spotted around a hanger at New York’s John F. Kennedy airport after the flight from Andrews Air Force Base. 

The “Dead or Alive” singer, who was appointed by President Obama to the White House Council for Community Solutions in 2010, will be headlining an Obama fundraiser in New York Monday night. Tickets for the gala at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel start at $2,500 per person.

The press pool report states that a White House official confirmed the musician flew on Air Force One as a guest of the president.