Nicolas Cage made an impression on one Okanagan woman.

Nic Cage on a plane

Nicolas Cage was spotted again, this time on a plane heading to Kelowna.

  • Dec. 6, 2016 10:00 a.m.

The ongoing story of Nicolas Cage in the Okanagan has a new chapter as he was, wait for it, spotted on a plane.

Melissa Locke got a chance to sit just a few feet away from Cage on a flight to Kelowna from Vancouver this weekend and just like her – Cage was flying coach.

The Hollywood star was seen reading over his script from underneath a black fedora, black sunglasses and a tan trench coat.

This is the second Okanagan spotting of Cage that has spread through social media.

Last week a photo of him with an employee of an Osoyoos grocery store got hundreds of likes, shares and comments.

It was confirmed shortly after that first sighting that Cage was in the area filming a new sci-fi thriller called The Humanity Bureau.

As for the latest celebrity sighting, Locke wrote on Facebook that it was her birthday and that Cage obliged to taking a selfie with her before wishing her a happy birthday and disappearing into the Kelowna airport crowd.

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