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Baby born on EgyptAir flight coming from N'Djamena

Posted 7 April 2021 · Add Comment

An EgyptAir flight from N'Djamena to Cairo had to make made an emergency landing at Aswan Airport to check on the safety of a Chadian passenger and her new born baby boy, after giving birth safely on board, with the help of a medical student.

 Image:  EgyptAir

In a statement the airline said: “According to the chief pilot's instructions and with the help of cabin crew, all procedures for the passenger's safety were followed and dealt with quickly to assist the passenger in the mid-flight delivery.”

 

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