Harrison Ford made several mistakes during a flight from Santa Monica Airport to LAX on February 13.
In audio obtained by TMZ, the actor can be heard repeatedly referring to his single-engine plane as a helicopter while also speaking to the wrong control tower — he had never switched to the Los Angeles tower from Santa Monica.
These mistakes preceded the 74-year-old's accidental maneuvering toward a taxiway instead of the runway where he was intended to land. Making matters worse, his plane flew over an American Airlines Dallas-bound 737 aircraft that was about to take off with 110 passengers and six-member crew on board.
The veteran pilot's mistakes with air traffic control wouldn't be considered a big deal if it wasn't for his later mistaken landing on the taxiway.
He is currently under investigation by the FAA over the incident.
These mistakes may also aggravate the matter by showing that the pilot was seemingly confused or disoriented during the flight.
Harrison Ford, who is a notable pilot (minus that crash back in 2015), was involved in a potentially-serious incident on Monday when he landed his single engine private plane on the wrong runway — right near a full passenger plane! Eek!
NBC News reports the actor mistakenly aimed for a taxiway at John Wayne Airport in Orange County, California, and passed over the top of an American Airlines 737 loaded with 110 passengers and a six-person crew.
The passenger plane was successfully able to take off for Dallas moments later.
In the past couple of weeks, the O.C. star has made headlines for a series of odd incidents. At the end of January, the actress was hospitalized for a mental evaluation after going on a crazy rant in her backyard. Two days later, she explained that she was drugged with GHB at her birthday party.
This past weekend, the 31-year-old crashed into an apartment building with a U-Haul truck after misjudging the height of the carport.
With all that's going on, one could see a correlation between her substance use and her bizarre behavior. Check out a close up (below)!