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Baby on board: Airline crew delivers baby girl mid-flight

FILE - In this Dec. 27, 2008, file photo, Turkish Airlines aircraft are seen on the tarmac at the Ataturk International airport in Istanbul, Turkey. The airline shared pictures on social media Friday, April 7, 2017,
 of cabin crew with a baby the airline said they helped deliver during a flight over West Africa last week.
 (AP Photo/Ibrahim Usta, File)

FILE - In this Dec. 27, 2008, file photo, Turkish Airlines aircraft are seen on the tarmac at the Ataturk International airport in Istanbul, Turkey. The airline shared pictures on social media Friday, April 7, 2017, of cabin crew with a baby the airline said they helped deliver during a flight over West Africa last week. (AP Photo/Ibrahim Usta, File)  (The Associated Press)

A Turkish Airlines flight landed with one more passenger than it took off with after a baby was born mid-air with the help of the airline's crew.

The airline tells NBC News a woman who was 28 weeks pregnant complained of birthing pains during the flight over West Africa from Conakry in Guinea to Burkina Faso's capital city of Ouagadougou (WAH'-gah-doo-goo). The airline says its cabin crew rushed to help deliver a baby girl named Kadiju.

The airline put up pictures on social media Friday showing the crew smiling for photos with the baby and the mom, who was lying across a row of three seats.

The pair was taken to a hospital once the plane landed and the airline says both are doing well.