Over the weekend, the blink-182 drummer boarded a flight for the first time since he was involved in a fatal plane crash back in 2008. On Aug. 17, the rocker shared an Instagram image kissing Kourtney outside the private plane, presumably after the aircraft safely touched down in Los Cabos, Mexico.
"With you anything is possible," he captioned the meaningful image. He tagged his lady love and included a heart emoji. Kourtney replied, "Anything and everything with you."
Back in 2008, the private plane carrying Travis crashed upon takeoff in South Carolina. His friends Chris Baker and Charles "Che" Still were killed, as were the two pilots. Travis and pal Adam "DJ AM" Goldstein escaped the engulfed plane, but the father-of-two was burned on 65 percent of his body. He spent three months in the hospital and underwent 26 surgeries and countless skin grafts. One year after the crash, DJ AM died of an overdose.
The last remaining survivor of the crash, Travis quickly vowed to never step foot on an airplane again. However, in June 2021 he said he was considering flying again.
"I might fly again ✈️ ," he tweeted on June 25. One month prior to tweet, in a chat with Men's Health, Travis had even said he was warming to the idea of going airborne.
"I have to [fly again.] I want to make the choice to try and overcome it," he said in the interview.
At the time, he revealed he'd made an agreement to fly with someone close to him. He didn't say who that person was, but it very likely may have been Kourtney.
"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.
The significance of Travis' high-altitude travels wasn't lost on his pals.
Famed producer Benny Blanco commented, "I can't believe u got on a plane !!! so proud of u !!!" He also praised Kourtney, calling her a "real one" and "magic whisperer."
"So proud & happy for you my friend!," punk rock icon Toby Morse wrote on the Instagram post.
Joel Madden added a heart emoji.