News OFW bound from DXB to MNL delivers baby mid-air;...

OFW bound from DXB to MNL delivers baby mid-air; PAL makes emergency landing in Bangkok

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A returning Filipina has reportedly delivered a baby on a Philippine Airline flight bound from Dubai to Manila that forced the aircraft to make an emergency landing in Bangkok, Thailand.

The woman was reportedlt 34 weeks pregnant–the maximum number of weeks allowed by the airline to fly.

Reports didn’t mention when did this happen but PAL has started to fly from Dubai on June 6.

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