After 13 years, Travis Barker is reconsidering a return to the skies.

It’s been over a decade since Barker was involved in a fiery plane crash that killed four of six passengers onboard, vowing soon after to never set foot on a plane again.

“I might fly again,” the 45-year-old Blink-182 drummer tweeted Friday afternoon, garnering support from fans with their own plane horror stories and those outside of the U.S. who’d love to see the musician on tour.

“I was in a plane crash as a child. It took me a few years to fly again. I fly all the time now, but every once and awhile the fear creeps back in. Breathing helps. I hope you make it back up one day,” wrote one encouraging fan.

“Please do! It’s been my dream to see @blink182 play live for over 20 years,” another chimed in. “As soon as @markhoppus is well enough, we need to see you in UK!”

Some followers suggested Barker’s current relationship with Kourtney Kardashian being a possible catalyst for his change of heart.