Harrison Ford’s Private Plane Is Getting Evicted From A Wyoming Airport
According to the Jackson Hole News and Guide, Harrison Ford's private plane is getting evicted from a hangar at the Jackson airport.
Jackson Hole Aviation Operations Manager Keaton Brown revealed that Ford was one of the several pilots who has been told to remove their aircraft to make way for larger commercial jets, reports the Jackson Hole News and Guide. The notice comes after two hangers at the airport were removed this spring to make room for a proposed parking facility.
Ford has been a part-time Jackson resident for decades and has volunteered his plane and helicopter for several search and rescue missions in the area. In 2001, Ford helped rescue a boy scout who had gone missing in Yellowstone National Park.
Until another hangar is built at the Jackson Hole Airport, it looks like Han Solo will need to find a new parking place for the Millennium Falcon.