Travis Barker hasn't ruled out going airborne again.
The Blink-182 drummer has yet to step foot on an airplane ever since he was involved in a fiery plane crash in 2008 that killed four the six passengers. Travis and pal Adam "DJ AM" Goldstein escaped the engulfed plane. Travis, who was burned on 65 percent of his body and spent three months in the hospital, is the last remaining survivor of the crash. One year after the crash, DJ AM died of an overdose.
In the aftermath of the crash, Travis vowed to never fly again.
His tune has since changed.
"I might fly again ✈️ ," he wrote on Twitter on Friday.
The reason for the change of heart isn't known, but many suspected his girlfriend Kourtney Kardashian was a motivating factor.
"If you're dating Kourtney they fly private planes like cars," one person wrote. "It's in your best interest to explore and to find the strength to do this. Very admirable and trust you will be just fine! XO."
In fairness, Travis has been warming to the idea of flying again for a while. In a chat last month with Men's Health, the 45-year-old said, "I have to [fly again.] I want to make the choice to try and overcome it."
He even has an agreement with someone close to him (he won't say who) that he will fly again.
"If I do it, and the angels above help me in my travels and keep me safe, I would like to come back and [tell my kids], 'Hey, I just flew here, and then I flew home. And everything was fine.' I have to tell them, because I almost left them," he said.
Why take back to the skies after what's happened to him?
"There's a million things that could happen to me," he said. "I could die riding my skateboard. I could get in a car accident. I could get shot. Anything could happen. I could have a brain aneurysm and die. So why should I still be afraid of airplanes?"