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Harrison Ford Arrives At Airport In Private Jet, Leaves In Cessna [Photos]

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Harrison Ford was spotted arriving in Los Angeles in a private jet on Thursday. However, the actor didn’t stick around for very long.

Shortly after arriving at the airport, the Indiana Jones star quickly made his way to a Cessna. Almost as soon as he arrived, Ford was heading off into the wild blue yonder. Images from his arrival in L.A. have been included in the gallery below.

Harrison Ford has been the center of quite a few news stories as of late. In addition to his turn in the upcoming comedy Anchorman 2, the veteran actor is among those likely to return for Star Wars: Episode VII.

Although he recently stated that he was excited about returning to the role of Han Solo in J.J. Abrams’ highly-anticipated feature, Ford stressed that nothing about his involvement is currently set in stone.

Also slated to return in the next installment of the Star Wars saga are Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher. While their involvement has been discussed at-length on a number of different websites, it’s currently unclear how big of a role they will play in the film.

Prior to his participation in Star Wars: Episode VII, rumors were swirling that Han Solo would be the center of a standalone Star Wars project being developed by LucasFilm. However, the production will likely follow Solo during his younger days.

Harrison Ford has also been tapped to portray Branch Rickey in writer-director Brian Helgeland’s baseball drama 42. The film tells the story of Jackie Robinson during his historic signing with the Brooklyn Dodgers.

The actor also just wrapped production on Gavin Hood’s Ender’s Game. The film is a big-budget adaptation of Orson Scott Card’s science fiction novel of the same name.

Are you a fan of Harrison Ford? Are you looking forward the many project the actor currently has waiting in the wings?

[Images via Pacific Coast News]

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2 Responses to “Harrison Ford Arrives At Airport In Private Jet, Leaves In Cessna [Photos]”

  1. Robert S

    Why did the NTSB walk away from their own Safety Recommendation, A-83-6, after closing it with the status, CLOSED UNACCEPTABLE ACTION?

    Why did FAA Safety Recommendations 99.283 & 99.284 about undetectable water in Cessna integral fuel tanks vanish into thin air?

    What prompted FAA SAIB CE-10-40R1 issued July 30, 2010 and SAIB CE-12-06 issued November 2, 2011 both warning pilots about the hazards associated with water contamination of Cessna fuel tank systems?

    Why did the NTSB ignore my Petition about this anomaly? http://www.sumpthis.com/ntsbpetition/ntsbpetitioncontents.htm

    Aircraft takes off and changes it attitude. When it takes off and changes its attitude could water hiding in the fuel tank then change its attitude? Could this water in the fuel tank leave its hiding place after takeoff and make its way to the engine fuel pick-up?

    The NTSB has written off engine failures in General Aviation Aircraft well over six thousand four hundred eighteen times with the probable cause of UNDETERMINED.
    If the NTSB cannot get a handle on the simplicity of air, spark, compression and UNCONTAMINATED FUEL, maybe the NTSB should ask a good old country boy mechanic.

    Do not believe blindly in the FAA certification where the pre-flight procedure and checking the sump for water in the fuel tanks.

    How often have you witnessed any water in your sump cup? Could your answer be a clue?