The international airlines company issued a statement praising the efforts of the crew. It said: "The cabin crew noticed that a woman passenger named Nafi Diaby, 28 weeks into her pregnancy, was suffering childbirth pains."
"They promptly responded to assist her childbirth during the flight," it added.
The mother and the infant, named Kadiju, were admitted in a hospital in Burkina Faso, an African nation, reported BBC.
@TurkishAirlines What's the birth place on certificate goni say?? Haha. Congratulations— My Undiagnosed Child (@MyUndiagnosed) April 7, 2017
@TurkishAirlines That's adorable. Props to the crew for the assistance in delivering the little joy.— Ryan Yollin (@IcanseeJohnCena) April 9, 2017
@TurkishAirlines Congratulations to all! Love the one staff member looking at the baby and mother instead of the camera. And the one looking so very happy!— Karen Pierce (@rustysmommy1) April 9, 2017
@TurkishAirlines Things like this make us believe in humanity again we'll done crew!!— Muralidhar (@adhikamu) April 9, 2017
@TurkishAirlines Very well done to your cabin crew, shows there not just there to look nice and serve coffee.— Alan Mörris (@Fokmisterutd) April 9, 2017
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