Harrison Ford, 80, brings wife Calista Flockhart, 58, and their dogs aboard private jet

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Harrison Ford, 80, brings wife Calista Flockhart, 58, and their dogs aboard a private jet as movie star and avid pilot boards a pre-Thanksgiving flight

Harrison Ford, who is also an avid pilot in addition to being a movie star, enjoyed a pre-Thanksgiving flight in Los Angeles.

The screen legend was accompanied by his third wife Calista Flockhart, 58, who struggled with her four dogs as she crossed the tarmac.

In his last appearance, Harrison, 80, appeared to be in good health after starting the marketing campaign for his upcoming fifth Indiana Jones movie.

Doing what he loves: Harrison Ford, who is also an avid pilot in addition to being a movie star, enjoyed a pre-Thanksgiving flight in Los Angeles

Meanwhile, Calista, whose films include The Birdcage, was masked up and fended off the autumn cold in a snug-looking sweater.

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While the original three Indiana Jones films were set in the 1930s, the fourth is set in the late 1950s and the fifth is set in 1969.

The title character is now an old man with a grown granddaughter, played by Phoebe Waller-Bridge, 37, the writer and star of Fleabag.

Former Bond villain Mads Mikkelsen has joined the cast in the nefarious role of a former Nazi who now works to aid NASA in its space race against the Soviet Union.

There she goes: The screen legend was joined by his third wife Calista Flockhart, 58, who struggled with her four dogs as she crossed the tarmac

There she goes: The screen legend was joined by his third wife Calista Flockhart, 58, who struggled with her four dogs as she crossed the tarmac

After a series of delays due to the coronavirus pandemic, the as-yet-untitled film’s release is now scheduled for next summer.

The publicity campaign is already well underway, with Harrison posing in character on the cover of Empire and appearing in the magazine with Phoebe.

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In his interview to promote the film, Harrison revealed that he had digitally aged for a first flashback sequence that takes place in 1944.

“This is the first time I see it where I believe it,” Harrison said. ‘It’s a little scary. I don’t think I want to know how it works, but it works.’

Looking fantastic: In his last appearance, Harrison, 80, seemed fine after starting the marketing campaign for his upcoming fifth Indiana Jones movie

Looking fantastic: In his last appearance, Harrison, 80, seemed fine after starting the marketing campaign for his upcoming fifth Indiana Jones film

Steven Spielberg, who directed the first four films, has decided not to return for the fifth, Variety reported a few years ago.

However, he remains involved in the project as a producer, with James Mangold of Ford Vs. Ferrari fame.

Harrison has a passion for flying airplanes, but in April 2020 he was investigated by the Federal Aviation Administration after mistaking an air traffic controller’s advice while landing at Hawthorne, the New York Times reported.

“No one was injured and there was never any danger of a collision,” his publicist Ina Treciokas said after the incident.

Three years earlier, he had to undergo consciousness training after making a mistake and flying over a 100-passenger commercial jet before landing on a taxiway at Santa Ana’s John Wayne Airport.

Harrison crashed into a golf course in 2015 after an engine problem, and an eyewitness told NBC that he “saved several lives” by not bringing the plane down on the suburban buildings just “20 to 30 yards” away.

Back in the saddle: The publicity campaign for the next Indiana Jones movie is already well underway, with Harrison posing in character on the cover of Empire

Back in the saddle: The publicity campaign for the next Indiana Jones movie is already well underway, with Harrison posing in character on the cover of Empire

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