Footage of Harrison Ford's plane near-miss has been released

The probe could result in the loss of his pilot's license, according to reports.

Recently, Harrison is bearing the brunt of a landing gone wrong. The video shows how near Harrison's plane was as he passed above an American Airlines 737.

Newly released video shows actor Harrison Ford mistakenly piloting his single-engine plane dangerously low over an airliner with 110 people aboard at a Southern California airport.

The American Airlines 737 is seen moving forward slowly, when Ford's yellow Aviat Husky descends over the plane.

"Was that airliner meant to be underneath me?"

The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating the incident. However, the investigation was kept on hold last Wednesday as the authorities claimed it did not pose an immediate danger.

Aviation expert Rick Dake told People Ford's landing was unbelievable considering the unforgiving nature of the World War II-era plane.

But he has had several close calls and a serious accident in March 2015 when he was injured in his World War II-era trainer when its engine failed due to a carburetor problem after taking off from Santa Monica Municipal Airport, leading to a crash landing on a Los Angeles golf course.

He suffered a broken arm and minor head injuries.

This is not the first time Ford was involved in a crash. Earlier this month, the FAA told NBC News that controllers gave Ford the proper landing instructions and that he read them back.

Ford (pictured at the Golden Globes in 2016), is now 74, meaning he would be too old to fly a commercial aircraft - the mandatory retirement age is 65.

The only additional requirement is that pilots above the age of 40 must pass medical exams every two years instead of every five.