Turkish Airlines flight attendants are used to delivering drinks and meals on international flights. What they're not used to delivering though is babies, which they can now say they've done.
A recent West Africa flight from Guinea to Burkina Faso added an unexpected passenger when a woman suddenly went into labor in just her 28th week.
Flight attendants put away their drink carts and went to work. They laid the mother down on a row of seats and successfully delivered a baby girl. The mother and her baby were healthy and doing well, but as soon as the plane landed they were taken to a hospital.
Meanwhile, Turkish Airlines welcomed the special delivery and praised its flight crew in a tweet saying, "Welcome on board Princess! Applause goes to our cabin crew!" (People)