Picture from the plane with crew members, doctors, nurses, and the mother

Photo: Deccan Herald

Passenger Gives Birth Mid-Air; Traveling From London To Kochi

Following the birth of a baby mid-flight, the Air India flight from London to Kochi with 203 passengers was diverted to Frankfurt on October 7. The lady's preterm birth was assisted by two physicians and four nurses on board. Later, Air India confirmed that the woman delivered a healthy baby and both are doing well. However, the plane was well-equipped with all of the necessary medical equipment, said officials.

Thu, 07 Oct 2021 - 01:30 PM / by Vidhi Jhunjhunwala

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