Afghan citizens are embarking on a journey of hope for a new future in different countries, due to the insecure environment and difficult living conditions in their country, THY Press Office said in a statement.
26-year-old Afghan citizen Noori, who traveled from Dubai to Birmingham, England on the evacuation flight “TK3281”, gave birth at 10,000 meters and embraced a new life in the sky.
The birth, which started in the flight organized for the evacuation of Afghan citizens working for England in Afghanistan, was completed in Kuwait airspace around 04:00 Turkish time.
WHEN THERE WAS NO DOCTOR, CABIN TEAMS DID BIRTH
The birth that started in the flight organized for the evacuation of Afghan citizens working for England in Afghanistan took place around 04:00 Turkish time and over Kuwait airspace. After the pregnant passenger informed the cabin crew that her labor pains had begun, a doctor’s announcement was made on the plane. Due to the absence of a doctor on board, the cabin crew gave birth with the training they received. The 30-year-old father Taj Moh Hammat and mother Soman Noori named their third child Eve. The plane, which landed in Kuwait as a precaution, continued its journey to Birmingham with the baby and his family after the necessary controls, and the flight was completed safely.