Travis Barker says “anything is possible” with Kourtney Kardashian after he flew for the first time since surviving a deadly 2008 plane crash that killed four passengers.
The 45-year-old blink-182 drummer and his girlfriend flew from Los Angeles to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, on Saturday while aboard Kylie Jenner’s private jet. Kourtney’s mom Kris Jenner and her boyfriend, Corey Gamble, were also on board the flight, which landed safely at its destination, TMZ reported over the weekend.
On Tuesday (Aug. 17), Barker shared a touching photo of him picking up the newly short-haired Kardashian in front of the pristine white and pink jet. “With you anything is possible,” he wrote while tagging his girlfriend and adding a black heart.
Kar-Jenner sisters Kim, Khloe and Kylie all sent their love to Barker in the comments section of the post, as did Kourtney herself when she wrote, “Anything and everything with you,” to which her boyfriend replied, “Forever,” with an infinity symbol emoji.
Barker was involved in a devastating 2008 plane crash that killed his assistant Chris Baker, security guard Charles Monroe Still Jr., and pilots Sarah Lemmon and James Bland. The accident also led to a three month hospitalization for the superstar drummer, who had burns on 65% of his body and required 26 surgeries and several skin grafts. Barker’s friend and collaborator DJ AM (Adam Goldstein) was also injured in the crash and died a year later from a drug overdose.
In June, Barker contemplated the idea of once again taking to the skies. “I might fly again,” he tweeted alongside an airplane emoji.
See his sweet post below.