By Andrew V. Pestano
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(NBC) -A baby was born aboard a JetBlue aircraft named "Born to be Blue" during a flight to Fort Lauderdale.
In a statement, JetBlue said the medical staff had met the flight on Friday 1954 from San Juan (Puerto Rico) to Fort Lauderdale, after delivery aboard our youngest client to date.
"We would like to thank the crew and the health professionals on board for their quick action under the pressure and wish the best of luck to the new mother and her new son. The 1954 flight was operated aboard the N523JB, nicknamed "Born To Be Blue," JetBlue Corporate Communications Director Jennifer Dang told NBC 6 on Saturday.
The video on board the aircraft obtained by NBC 6 shows in part the medical staff treating the woman as if a lively conversation was taking place inside the plane.
JetBlue on Twitter said that he wanted to rename "Born to Be Blue" after the kid.
"Give a day off to the storks. With Mom's agreement, we would like to rename "Born To Be Blue" after our newest baby blue and our youngest client. More birth gifts to come! #AirBorn, "wrote JetBlue.
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