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Harrison Ford Nearly Crashes His Plane Again, This Time Into A Boeing 737 With 110 Passengers Onboard



Harrison Ford had a near miss on Monday when he almost crashed his single-engine Husky plane into a Boeing 737.

The actor, who was in a serious plane crash in 2015, had been instructed to land on runway 20-L at John Wayne Airport in Orange County, California. But the 74-year-old mistakenly aimed for a taxiway, just passing over an American Airlines 737 loaded with more than 100 passengers and a six-person crew.

 'Was that airliner meant to be underneath me?' he asked Air Control.



The Federal Aviation Administration say that controllers had given Ford clear instructions to land on the runway, as landing on a taxiway is a safety violation. They say the actor read the instructions back yet still somehow ended up aiming for the taxiway.



 The American Airlines flight 1546 was still able to take off for Dallas just minutes after the incident, NBC News reports. The FAA has now launched an investigation which could result in anything from a warning letter to Ford losing his licence. Ford's reps had no official comment on the incident. Ford, a vintage plane collector, has been involved in a number of crashes over the years.

Ford’s crashed plane in 2015


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**Can Mr. Ford stop flying already! **

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