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Baby Delivered on Flight to Saudi Arabia 2017

A Baby Was Delivered on a Flight to Saudi Arabia and They're Calling It a 'Little Miracle'

Earlier this year, a baby was delivered on a Jet Airways flight that was flying from Dammam, Saudi Arabia to Kochi, India.

To welcome their youngest flier, the airline pledged to give the child a lifetime of free flights on board-- which is a seriously major baby gift.

Another child was born over the summer on a flight from Dubai to Cebu aboard Cebu Pacific Air, and a fellow passenger captured a now-viral photo of the new baby and her mother.

Now, before the year is over, one more baby was welcomed on a Pakistan International Airlines flight, and the airline is calling the new arrival a "little miracle."

"Miracles happen everyday and we had our little miracle today onboard our flight PK 716 from Madinah to Multan. A beautiful baby girl was born," the airline wrote in a Tweet announcing the baby's birth. "We congratulate the proud parents on the new arrival and a big kudos to our cabin crew for their amazing emergency response."

The baby appears to be happy and healthy, and the airline reports that the mother is in good condition, as well.

The flight, which was en route from Madinah to Multan on December 12, landed as anticipated.

Congrats to the new mother, and to the staff who swiftly and successfully delivered the baby!

Image Source: PIA
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