Harrison Ford is now free to fly.
The Federal Aviation Administration was investigating the "Star Wars" actor, who has a pilot's license, after his second runway mishap in three years. An FAA source tells TMZ that the case is now closed after Harrison took a training course.
Back in 2017, the acting legend mistakenly landed on the taxiway instead of a runway at John Wayne Airport in Southern California. He flew his single engine plane over an American Airlines airplane which was full of passengers. Harrison quickly knew he made a mistake and called himself a "schmuck" over the radio.
Then, in April 2020, he was involved in another incident at the same airport. This time, according to reports, Harrison was told to hold short of landing because another plane was on the runway. Harrison, however, said he heard the exact opposite, so he landed. Luckily, the other plane was about 3,600 feet away when Harrison touched down. In tower-to-plane audio obtained by TMZ, the air traffic controller sounded livid at Harrison over the mixup. The actor profusely apologized.
"Mr. Ford crossed the airport's only runway in his aircraft after he misheard a radio instruction from ATC," his rep said at the time. "He immediately acknowledged the mistake and apologized to ATC for the error."
Following the incident, the FAA required Harrison to take a "remedial runway incursion training course," which he's since successfully completed. The case is now closed, and no further action will be taken.