Baby born on Armenia plane 'named after stewardess'

A picture taken from September 2005 shows the Armenian Armavia Airbus A320-211 passenger aircraft The flight had been heading to Armenia from Russia when the girl was born

A woman has given birth to a baby girl on a plane flying from Russia to Armenia, local media say.

They say the baby was named Hasmik - after the flight attendant who helped deliver her, Hasmik Ghevondyan.

The mother's identity has not been revealed. Both she and the baby are reportedly doing well.

The flight, operated by Armenia's Armavia airline, landed in Yerevan. Ms Ghevondyan is quoted as saying that the whole crew helped deliver the baby.

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