Baby girl born mid-air, pilot makes emergency landing


A lady brought forth an untimely however solid infant young lady mid-flight while going from the United Arab Emirates to the Philippines, driving the plane to do a crisis arrival in India. The mother, whose due date was two months away, started giving birth on load up the Cebu Pacific Air flight Sunday as it flew from Dubai to Manila.

Panicked flight attendants started calling out for medical assistance — discovering two nurses among the passengers — before turning the front of the cabin into a makeshift delivery room.

“We only heard one semi-loud screech, and a few seconds later, there were tinier, cute screeches, and it was when we knew the baby was born. Luckily, she only had to push ONCE,” Umandal said in her post, with a picture showing the mother holding her newborn, wrapped in a blanket. The mother’s nationality is not known.

Flight chaperons and medical attendants cleaned the infant with mineral water and dressed her in child garments gave by kindred travelers flying with newborn children. The pilot directed a crisis arrival in the southern Indian city of Hyderabad so the mother and infant could get restorative consideration before proceeding to Manila.

"After starting examination by the medicinal staff, they were moved to the mother and tyke care focal point of a healing center in the city," a Hyderabad airplane terminal security official told AFP, asking for secrecy. "The infant and mother are fine and under restorative supervision." The lady, her own particular mother who was going with her, and the infant were given three-day brief visas, which would no doubt be stretched out until guardian and kid were fit to fly, the authority said.