The latest British evacuation flight took the newborn on its way to Birmingham.
On Saturday night, Soman Noori, 26, of Afghanistan, gave birth on a flight from Dubai to the British city of Birmingham after he and his family left Afghanistan. This was reported by Turkish Airlines to Turkish Airlines BBC.
After the Taliban came to power in the country on August 15, Afghan citizens tried to flee the country out of fear.
Noori fled with her husband Taj Mohd Hammad, 30, and their two children.
The BBC reports that 14,543 Afghans have already been expelled from Kabul by British authorities. The last British departure flight took off from Kabul on Saturday afternoon, British security said.
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Born without medical care
Due to the lack of doctors on the plane, the Afghan woman had to be born 10,000 meters above the ground with the help of a cabin crew.
The airline said both mother and daughter were fine. The girl was given the name Eve, the BBC writes.
The assistant photo manager for the British newspaper Daily Mirror shared a photo of the airline and the newborn on Twitter:
Not the first
Viji wrote earlier Another Afghan girl Who gave birth to a girl on the way from Kabul. She gave birth on August 22 on a U.S. evacuation flight en route to Rammstein Air Force Base in Germany.
The incident was shared by the US Air Force Twitter. She gave birth in the grip of the plane and was met by paramedics when she landed.
After the Taliban took control of Afghanistan, Germany received more than 4,000 Afghan refugees, according to the German newspaper Togeskov.