Harrison Ford isn't embarrassed about showing his face after nearly crashing into another aircraft at John Wayne Airport in Orange County, Calif. on Feb. 13.
The 74-year-old star was spotted speeding off on his motorcycle from the Santa Monica, Calif., airport on Feb. 15.
As RadarOnline.com reported, the Indiana Jones actor narrowly escaped a deadly disaster as he tried to land his plane on a taxiway.
According to reports, the star correctly repeated the air traffic controllers directions about landing his engine Husky on runway 20-L, but at the last minute, was caught landing on a taxiway.
His bizarre move caused him to almost crash into an American Airlines flight 1546, which was carrying 116 crew and passengers awaiting takeoff for Dallas.
"Was that airliner meant to be underneath me?" Ford reportedly asked air traffic control after cheating death. The FAA immediately launched an investigation about his dangerous behavior.
Ford's troubling landing isn't the first time he's avoided a fatal crash. In 2015, the Star Wars actor was forced to make a crash landing on the Penmar Golf Course in Santa Monica, causing him to suffer a blow to the head and a broken arm.
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