They spent time in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico with Kourtney Kardashian and her boyfriend Travis Barker.
And on Monday, Kris Jenner and her boyfriend Corey Gamble were spotted returning to Los Angeles via Kylie Jenner’s Kylie Air jet.
The mum, 65, looked chic in a green and white striped button with matching shorts as they waited for their car after disembarking.
Go home! They spent time in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico with Kourtney Kardashian and her boyfriend Travis Barker. And on Monday, Kris Jenner and her boyfriend Corey Gamble were spotted returning to Los Angeles via Kylie Jenner’s private jet, Kylie Air.
Kris looked chic in her Parisian style ensemble, which consisted of an emerald and white long sleeve button down top with matching shorts.
The mother of six paired the sleek look with white sneakers and a straw bag, adding chunky earrings and chic sunglasses.
She beamed as she waited at the bottom of the stairs with Corey following close behind.
Corey wore blue shorts with a white t-shirt, adding a bag over one shoulder while carrying a second bag.
LA: Corey wore blue shorts with a white t-shirt, adding a bag over one shoulder while carrying a second bag
The momager, 65, looked chic in a matching green and white striped button as they waited for their car after disembarking
On Monday morning, Kourtney shared snaps from Cabo – including a relaxing morning by the pool as well as a shot of espresso, a shot of tea covered in hearts.
Kourtney, 42, is currently in a scenic location with her boyfriend Travis Barker.
The trip marked the first time Travis, 45, had boarded a plane after surviving a fatal plane crash nearly 13 years earlier.
Unbelievable: Monday morning, Kourtney shared snaps from Cabo – including a morning chill out spot by the pool as well as an espresso, a shot of a tea covered in hearts
A Cup of Joe: Kourtney, 42, is currently in a scenic location with her boyfriend Travis Barker
Vacation: The star spotted just before her trip, having just had her hair cut
The 2008 crash killed four people, including his security guard Charles ‘Che’ Still, assistant Chris Baker, pilot Sarah Lemmon and co-pilot James Bland.
The plane crash happened on September 19, 2008 – Travis boarded a private jet in South Carolina to return to Los Angeles after a show, accompanied by his friend Adam ‘DJ AM’ Goldstein, from his security guard Charles ‘Che’ Still, and his assistant Chris Baker.
As the small plane attempted to take off, one of its tires burst, causing the runway to overtake, the airport fence and nearby highway to burst, and eventually crashed into the embankment at the edge of the road. .
Pilot Sarah Lemmon and co-pilot James Bland were killed within minutes from smoke inhalation and burns as the plane caught fire on impact, according to the Chicago Tribune. Still and Baker were also killed instantly.
Travis and Adam were able to escape the burning plane through an emergency exit over the wing, but both were engulfed in flames as they slid down the wing and were covered with burning jet fuel.
The drummer had third degree burns to 65% of his body and had to spend three months in hospital while undergoing skin grafts and 26 surgeries to repair the damage.
Adam died the following year – August 28, 2009 in what was considered an accidental overdose. He was 36 years old.
Kylie’s jet – which Travis and Kourtney traveled on was purchased from Global Express before the onset of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The star doesn’t just use it for her own purposes, but she regularly lets her sisters and mom travel the world.
Her plane: Kylie’s jet – on which Travis and Kourtney traveled was purchased from Global Express before the onset of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The star doesn’t just use it for her own purposes, but she regularly lets her sisters and mom travel the world.
The jet cost him $ 72.8 million, and jets its size cost around $ 5 million a year to operate, according to Page Six.
Kylie opted for a Global Express Jet, which is larger than a Learjet and can fly longer distances, but its increased size also means it’s too big to land at many private airfields.
The couple flew to Cabo San Lucas aboard Kourtney’s sister Kylie Jenner’s Bombardier Global 7500 plane, which contains 22 seats.
The Blink-182 drummer “looked a little nervous” before starting his first flight in 13 years.
A source tells E! News: “Travis took his time and definitely seemed a little nervous. Kourtney was a great support and helped him every step of the way. She made him feel comfortable on Kylie’s plane with pilots they know and the large size of the plane.
And insiders have revealed that those close to the drummer are “excited” that he is overcoming his fears.
The source said, “This is something Travis has been working on for some time. This is something he wanted to do and overcome. Kourtney has been incredibly loving and supportive and it was because of her love, help and confidence that she was finally able to do it. The people who have been close to Travis since his crash are so excited for him.
“His life has changed completely since he’s been with Kourtney and he feels ready for anything. She has helped him overcome this fear and he feels like he can do anything with her by his side. He had wanted to fly for a while and he felt the time had finally come.
RIP: Adam died the following year – August 28, 2009 in what was considered an accidental overdose. He was 36 years old; photographed on September 19, 2008 a few hours before the accident
In June, Travis shocked his fans when he tweeted that he might get on a plane in the future.
He tweeted, “I could fly again,” and his fans were quick to send out adoring tweets to support him on his return to heaven.
Travis recently spoke about the trauma he suffered in his plane crash in 2008.
In a May interview with Men’s Health, he explained that the accident motivated him to stop using prescription drugs.
“People always think, ‘Did you go to rehab? », He said. ” And I [say], “No, I was in a plane crash. It was my rehabilitation. Losing three of your friends and almost dying? It was my wake-up call. If I hadn’t been in an accident, I probably would never have quit.
After the crash, Travis was overcome with a debilitating fear even at the sight of an airplane.
“I was dark… I couldn’t walk on the street. If I saw a plane [in the sky], I was determined it was going to crash, and I just didn’t want to see it, ”he said, adding that he was“ haunted ”by the experience of“ being burned ”and“ trying to catch my friends from a plane fire. ‘
But he also gave a more optimistic note now that almost 13 years have passed since the crash.
“Now it’s been so many years that it’s getting easier for me. There are days when I wake up and never think about it, ”he said.
On the back: The trip marked the first time Travis, 45, had boarded a plane after surviving a fatal plane crash nearly 13 years earlier