Harrison Ford sounded confused before airport near miss and wrongly told air traffic control he was flying a helicopter instead of a plane
Harrison Ford fumbled through his radio calls to air traffic control in the minutes leading up to his near crash landing in California suggesting to the control tower that he was flying a helicopter instead of a plane.
Audio of a call he made to the control tower on Monday has emerged, which sees the 74 year old confusing his aircraft's tail number and communicating with the wrong tower. Eighteen minutes after the call, Ford was involved in a near miss with an Boeing 737 American Airlines jet when he mistakenly landed on the taxiway at John Wayne Airport in Orange County.
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