2008_10_airbaby.jpgA pregnant woman flying all the way from Gambia to New York yesterday made it through thirteen-plus hours in a pressurized cabin only to go into labor and deliver her baby once she arrived in JFK airport. Fatou Jaw was with her three other young children in customs as she began "using limited English and pointing to her belly" in an attempt to signal to customs agents the impending arrival. She then gave birth to a healthy baby boy before paramedics were able to arrive. While there is no word on his first name, his middle name is apparently "JFK." The woman was flying in from Gambia to meet her husband here in hopes of receiving asylum within the States.