After the crew helping a lady give birth to her child in Qatar, another baby got inspired and decided to visit his mama when she was busy flying in Jet Airways. Yes! You guessed it right! There is apparently another news of a baby being born on-board which is a delightful shock to experience.
A baby boy, born today 35,000 feet above sea level on a Jet Airways plane from Saudi Arabia to India, has received a free lifetime pass from the airline as his first birthday gift. Jet Airways flight 9W 569 took off from Dammam for Kochi at 2.55 am today and when an expectant mother traveling onboard went into premature labor the crew declared a medical emergency and diverted the flight to Mumbai. While the Boeing 737 with 162 passengers on board was still over the Arabian Sea, the cabin crew requested on the public announcement system for a doctor to come forward. But since there was no female nurse traveling to Kerala, a male doctor named Wilson, volunteered to help deliver the child along with the airline staff. After the plane landed in Mumbai, both the mother and the baby were rushed to a hospital and were said to be doing well, according to the airline. “Being the first baby to be born in-flight for the airline, Jet Airways is pleased to offer the newly-born a free lifetime pass for all his travel on Jet Airways,” the airline said in a statement. The plane later resumed its onward journey to Kochi and reached its destination at 12.45 pm after a delay of 90 minutes. Nevertheless, the passengers and the crew were very happy and proud to welcome the baby to this world. Their brave act has once again proved that humanity exists and that everything can be possible. Kudos to the doctor and the crew members for making such a bold move. This is like an assurance to all the pregnant ladies out there that Jet Airways is surely going to take good care of you and your needs too. Go on and travel in Jet Airways. They deserve crowded customers!