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Saturday, September 10, 2016

Baby Born Onboard Buraq Air Gets Free Tickets For Life.

A new-born baby has been awarded a lifetime of free flights on Buraq Air after his mother gave birth while aboard the airline.



The airline announced the gift on its Facebook page in celebration of the inflight birth.
The boy's mother was flying from Tripoli in Libya to Niamey, the capital of Niger, when she went into labor, Buraq Air employee Amir Abu Sin told CNN.

Buraq Air, based in Tripoli, offers flights within Libya and to destinations in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East.
The bouncing baby boy happily, but rather surprisingly, arrived in the world with the help of the flight's cabin crew. In recognition of their efforts, the mother named him Abdul Baset, after the plane's captain.

Most airlines don't keep records of births so statistics are hard to come by. But it seems there may be something in the air -- as this isn't the first baby born on a plane in the last month.
A baby girl, Haven, came bouncing into the world while her mom was on a flight from Dubai to Manila on August 14. Haven was gifted 1 million air miles from Philippines flight operator, Cebu Pacific.


*All these gifts will only make sense if the airlines dont close shop..lol


24 comments:

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    1. Hahahahaha!!! Na real close shop. Your a clown

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  2. I really don't understand why women who are days close to their EDD will take the risk of flying. Thank God for safe delivery.

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    1. When your own time comes you will definitely understand. I was 8 months plus when I flew to Europe.

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    2. My own time? You dont even know me,yet you insinuate. Lolzzzz. You guys should get a grip abeg. Doing such is quite risky. If you wanna fly,do so earlier.

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  3. Stella, And if the country makes sense sef. But good gesture though. Lucky baby.

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  4. Wat happens wen the airline folds up, is acquired or merges? Guess the baby is now their liability. Congrats to the baby, mother and family

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    1. Nobody goes into business with folding up in mind.... Let's see how this plays out

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  5. Stella u be case believe me, no be only close shop.

    Krix via iPhone 6s Gold!

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  6. Lucky baby. Those Mother en route to the US and they give birth on the plane are super lucky. Instant citizenship for the baby. That type of delivery is what I like.

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    1. That's depends on the country over which the plane was flying.

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  7. What if God forbid something were to happen to the child... All in the name of free ticket abeg this thing is kinda risky...

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  8. What if God forbid something were to happen to the child... All in the name of free ticket abeg this thing is kinda risky...

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  9. Lol @dont close shop!
    Awwwwww sweet baby!

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  10. Lucky kids, me never even fly before

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  11. Stella you be real clown sha. Lols
    But why take such risk na?


    *hangs leg on the window*

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  12. Awwwwwwwn so cute

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