Nothing can keep Harrison Ford down.

Three months after crashing his vintage World War II plane at a Los Angeles golf course, the 72-year-old actor returned to the friendly skies on Thursday.

This time, Ford flew his 2013 Bell 407 helicopter with the help of a co-pilot.

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He was spotted arriving to the Santa Monica airport wearing a tan t-shirt and brown pants before taking off.

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“This is the first time Harrison was back at the airport since his scary crash landing,” a source tells People.

Ford suffered head injuries as well as a broken a broken pelvis and ankle from his March crash.

“Harrison was very, very happy to be back at the airport,” said another insider. “He kept smiling and, although walking with a slight limp, looked great.”

The spy added that the “Indiana Jones” star flew up and down the West Coast for a couple of hours. “He seemed very excited about flying again,” added the source.

This story first appeared in the NY Post.