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Baby Girl gets a Sweet Deal for Being Born 36,000 FT in the Air

  • 01
  • 09
  • 2016

Imagine that at the age of 12 you’re told you were born in a plane in mid-air. What would your reaction be?

That is what little Haven, a baby born in the middle of a flight from Dubai to Manila, will have to experience once her parents decide to tell her the reason she can fly for free for a very long time.

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It was the first time the airline Cebu Pacific ever had to receive a baby on one of its planes.

Although the baby was born 5 weeks prematurely and it seems like it was a bad time considering they were thousands of feet above the ground, it actually couldn’t have been at a better moment.

There were a couple of nurses who were on board the flight and helped with the delivery of the infant. Also, two other babies were in the front row. Those parents had a suitcase full of baby clothes and necessities.

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To top that off, after the airline got word of what happened, they awarded the infant with 1 million air miles, a privilege only for those who have spent around $108,310 on flights with the airline.

The cabin’s crew team leader Mark Martin said to baby Haven: “You are God’s miracle at 36,000 feet and we’re blessed to have been an instrument in your safe delivery. You will always be my most memorable passenger.”

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The mother and baby are in a perfectly fine state, as the plane made an emergency landing in India to provide the mother and Haven further medical assistance and care.

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