Salima Juddaiman, who gave her age as 27 but bore a passport saying her age is 30, was aboard Saudi Airlines flight SV872 to vacation in her native Isabela, Philippines, while working as a childcare provider in Saudi Arabia when she began feeling labor pains, InterAksyon.com reported Wednesday.
Juddaiman gave birth to a healthy girl with the help of a Saudi nurse who was also on the flight.
Dr. Maria Theresa Azores, a physician at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila, Philippines, said the child appeared healthy and seemed to have been born full term, rather than a month early as Juddaiman believed.
Juddaiman named the baby, her second child, Victoria.
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