Veteran pilot Harrison Ford appears to have had another close call in the skies over Southern California.
Harrison Ford and a plane full of passengers had a lucky escape on Monday when the actor nearly crashed his plane into a Boeing 737, according to U.S. reports. News learned air traffic controllers informed the actor that he had landed on a taxiway instead of the runway.
In a statement to InsideEdition.com Tuesday, American Airlines said: "We are aware of the incident, and have reported it to the NTSB and FAA".
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A spokesperson for the Federal Aviation Administration couldn't confirm that Ford was piloting the Aviat Husky that overflew the Boeing 737 but said that the pilot had been given the proper landing instructions.
The incident was first reported by NBC and the TMZ website. According to reports at the time, Ford safely executed an emergency landing, only suffering minor injuries.
The mid-air drama emerges nearly two years after Ford was forced to make an emergency landing on a golf course in Santa Monica, California in March, 2015 after the engine of his single-engine vintage plane died shortly after take-off. The actor was praised for his ingenuity in avoiding more populated areas. In 1999, he crash-landed a helicopter in Ventura County, California, during a flight lesson.
Ford has been involved in a number of air accidents since he took up flying in his 50s. The plane was slightly damaged but Ford and his passengers were unhurt.