In recordings made public by Federal Aviation Administration, the actor can be heard telling the air traffic controller he was a "schmuck" for landing in the wrong place.
The 74-year-old actor was told to land his single-engine plane on Runway 20L, but he instead landed on a parallel taxiway.
TMZ has released the audio footage of Ford explaining to air traffic control what happened, as well as the hilarious moment that the air traffic controller seems to realise who he's speaking to.
American Airlines Flight 1456, with 110 passengers and six crew members aboard, departed safely for Dallas a few minutes later.
Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Ian Gregor said an investigation into the incident is still underway.
The vintage plane enthusiast admitted he was "distracted" by an airliner "in movement" when he turned to the runway, as well as turbulence from a landing Airbus.
When Harrison Ford accidentally landed his single-engine plane in the wrong place at a southern California airport last month - almost clipping a departing Boeing 737 in the process - he immediately copped to the unsafe maneuver in his famous self-deprecating style.
"The tail of my airplane is 42 feet tall", Patton said to Willard.
I'm pretty sure he meant the amount of time it takes you to reach into your backpack to get your license isn't a big deal.
The audio was recorded back in February, when the legendary actor had a near miss when he accidentally landed his plane on a taxiway instead of the runway. "I understand now. Sorry for that", he added.
After the 2015 incident, Tom Haines with the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association told CNN that he had flown with Ford in the past. "It was not a good position for him (Ford) to be in", she said. And it's not like Indiana Jones didn't warn us. The whole landing on the taxiway thing is definitely a big deal.