No Penalty for Harrison Over Plane Incident

Federal authorities have chosen not to punish Harrison Ford for an plane incident.

Ford’s attorney told BBC that after a thorough investigation of an incident on February the 13th, The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has decided not to fine the Harrison, or demand he undergo corrective pilot training, or otherwise impose any restrictions on his license.

Ford reportedly confused a taxiway for a runway while attempting to land his single-engine Aviat Husky at John Wayne Airport in California, near shaving the top of an American Airlines 737. Ford was reportedly “extremely apologetic”, calling himself “a schmuck” after the incident and met with FAA investigators to discuss it, reports NBC.

An Aviat Husky, single engine aircraft. Photo by Ahunt, Public Domain.