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    Back to Sky: Harrison Ford Pilots Helicopter First Time After Crash

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    Legendary Hollywood star Harrison Ford sailed up to the clouds for the first time after his plane land-crashed at a Los-Angeles golf course three months ago.

    The 72-year-old actor was "very, very happy to be back at the airport. He kept smiling and, although walking with a slight limp, looked great," a source told People.

    The renowned "Star Wars" and "Indiana Jones" actor, who is now recovering, co-piloted his Bell 407 helicopter together with a friend for a couple of hours.

    Harrison Ford Gets Back In The Air After Horrific Crash Landing
    Harrison Ford Gets Back In The Air After Horrific Crash Landing

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