The Flight 1954 was operated on aircraft N523JB, coincidentally named, ‘Born To Be Blue. But the most interesting fact is that JetBlue on Twitter said it wants to rename “Born to Be Blue” after the child. The company said the flight from San Juan, Puerto Rico, to Fort Lauderdale was met by medical personnel “following the onboard delivery of our youngest customer to date.” “Giving storks a day off. With mom’s okay, we’d like to rename “Born To Be Blue” after our newest baby blue and our youngest customer ever. More baby shower gifts to come! #AirBorn,” JetBlue wrote.
The mother and child are reported to be doing fine. JetBlue didn’t go into detail about the baby shower gifts they have in store for the newborn, but based off past examples, babies born in businesses tend to enjoy the perks of their uncommon birth place for life. Passengers largely shared photos of the event on the airplane on their Facebook and Twitter accounts.