The Federal Aviation Administration will be investigating Ford's incident, and he could have his pilot's license revoked, but for the time being, it seems everyone came out of the incident unscathed.
News reported that actor Harrison Ford was piloting the private plane, an Aviat Husky, that was involved in an incident at John Wayne Airport on Monday afternoon. His plane then passed above an American Airlines 737 loaded with 110 passengers and a six-person crew.
Ford reportedly was captured on air traffic recordings saying, "Was that airliner meant to be underneath me?"
In 2015, Ford told investigators he did not recall the moments before he crashed his vintage plane onto a Los Angeles-area golf course, suffering serious injuries and badly damaging the aircraft.
The flight, which was headed to Dallas-Fort Worth, was reportedly able to depart safely.
The incident prompted an FAA investigation, which NBC News said could result in anything from 'a simple warning letter to a suspension of Ford's pilot license'.
An airplane sits on the ground after crash landing at Penmar Golf Course in Venice, Los Angeles California March 5, 2015.
However, Ford, who trained as a pilot in the 1950s, is generally considered to be an good pilot in flying circles.
They told him that he had landed on a taxiway rather than a runway. NBC noted he's even been inducted as a Living Legend of Aviation.
He also downed a helicopter in 1999 during a training session.
See more on NBC's Nightly News.