Harrison Ford has escaped another plane incident.
On Monday, Ford (74) who is best known for his roles as pilot Han Solo in the Star Wars saga, Indiana Jones, and many others, was instructed to land his plane on a particular runway at John Wayne Airport. Instead he landed the aircraft on a parallel taxiway, passing over an American Airlines commercial plane.
Ford asked the air-traffic controllers, “Was that airliner meant to be underneath me?”
Fortunately, Ford landed his plane safely and without incident or injury. This is not the first time the actor has had issues flying or landing his planes.
Back in 2015, Ford’s WWII-era plane lost power and he crashed the plane on a golf course in LA. He was hurt, but survived and wisely landed the plane away from people-heavy areas. Ford also crashed his helicopter in the late 90s and had to make an emergency landing in Nebraska due to strong winds.
Ford released a comment through his spokesperson on Wednesday morning stating, “I still love flying planes, but I am not getting any younger. Looks like I need to start looking for a good co-pilot. Anybody know anyone?”