Not everyone agrees with Harrison Ford’s decision to fly.

The legendary actor, who was piloting a vintage World War II training plane when it crashed on a California golf course in 2015, says his wife Calista Flockhart won’t always fly with him now.

“I changed a lot of things in my life,” he said. told the Hollywood reporter. “My wife no longer flies with me in old planes, she will do it in others. I certainly don’t want to have to recover from that kind of accident again. It was very hard for my family and it was hard for me.

«I flew again. I know what happened. So that’s part of the reason (I’m back). There was a mechanical problem with the plane that he could not have known about or attended to in any way. So, in the words of the great philosopher Jimmy Buffett: Y— it happens.»

Ford’s plane lost power to its engine, which caused the accident. His publicist said in a statement to NBC News at the time that he was «beaten» and went to a hospital.

“Well, you never make anything perfect. That is a dangerous concept. So you’re always looking to see what you did,” she said. “Flying is especially like that. After each flight, you can analyze the flight and say, ‘Remember when I did that? That was a rookie mistake.’”

Ford, 80, who can currently be seen on the AppleTV+ comedy «Shrinking» and the Paramount+ series «1923,» has spoken before about his 2015 accident.

“I remember some of that. I remember the engine stopped. I remember that part very well,» Ford said. he said when he appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” in October 2015, more than seven months after the accident.

«And then I remember telling the tower what he was going to do and I remember his suggestion,» he told Kimmel. “His suggestion to him was that I take the normal route to land, and I knew I wasn’t going to do that, so I said ‘No.’

«And that’s the last thing I remember until five days later, actually,» he said. «The doctors told me that the amount of general anesthesia I received induced retrograde amnesia.»