His plane passed over the top of an American Airlines 737 loaded with 110 passengers and a six-person crew.
Los Angeles firefighters are seen near a plane that was piloted by Harrison Ford when it crashed at a golf course in Venice on Thursday, March 6, 2015.
The FAA, which does not ever identify people involved in aircraft incidents or accidents, released a statement to The Hollywood Reporter.
Actor Harrison Ford mistakenly landed his plane on a taxiway instead of a runway at John Wayne Airport Tuesday, almost striking an airliner in the process, according to NBC News. The incident is under investigation, which could lead to a warning letter or even a suspension of Ford's pilot's licence.
The passenger plane in the latest incident suffered no damage and was able to take off for Dallas as planned shortly afterwards.
Ford reportedly asked air traffic controllers, "Was that airliner meant to be underneath me?"
Ford, 74, was piloting his single-engine plane when tower control gave him the go-ahead to land at John Wayne Airport in Orange County, California.
Harrison Ford might get his wings clipped after a run in at John Wayne airport Monday.
Ford, an experienced pilot, was flying a single-engine Husky. The actor was inducted as a Living Legend of Aviation, joining the ranks of Neil Armstrong, Morgan Freeman, Tom Cruise and more. And in 2000, his Beechcraft Bonanza slightly scraped the runway during an emergency landing at Nebraska's Lincoln Municipal Airport. Ford was identified as the pilot involved by NBC News. The FAA did not immediately respond to Variety's request for comment.