Star Wars Celebration, which is part of the 40th-anniversary celebration of the film franchise, continues through Sunday. Though Chewbacca will likely be flying solo (or rather, without Solo) in the upcoming Star Wars: The Last Jedi, perhaps Ford should take Mayhew up on his offer. After all, he is the best co-pilot in the galaxy. 13th incident in which Ford flew his private plane close to a jetliner containing 110 passengers. Always available if he needs a copilot.. Laugh it up, fuzzball. pic.twitter.com/dBuQEmHbSg
— Peter Mayhew (@TheWookieeRoars) April 13, 2017
Mayhew was referencing a Feb. Following the incident, the Federal Aviation Administration investigated Ford, but it was determined that no penalties were warranted. but I’d love to help out a little with those landings. hell of a pilot.. Han Solo and Chewbacca reunited Thursday at the first day of the Star Wars Celebration in Orlando, Florida, and Peter Mayhew, who has played Chewbacca in five Star Wars films, wasted no time taking the opportunity to rib his costar of 40 years, Harrison Ford. Ford mistakenly landed in a taxiway instead of the runway at the John Wayne Airport in Orange County, California. There had been some speculation that he might lose his pilot’s license prior to the conclusion of the investigation. but I'd love to help out a little with those landings. Always available if he needs a copilot..”
Lovely seeing my buddy.. Show Full Article hell of a pilot.. Along with a photo of himself and Ford, Mayhew wrote in a playful tweet, “Lovely seeing my buddy.. The actor known for playing cocksure, ace pilot Han Solo has seen his share of aircraft related drama, sustaining serious injuries in a 2015 crash and suffering a broken leg on a set of the Millennium Falcon while shooting Star Wars: The Force Awakens.