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Sep 22nd 2010 11:47PM 1) The United Nations considers a child born in-flight to have been born in the airplane's registered country, but does not automatically qualify for citizenship. The child's nationality depends on the parents' nationality.
2) They used to give free flights for life... I've read in the 90's that Saudia gave free flights for life to the newborn. As recent as 2006, KLM said that, "Airlines used to give those free rides but it's slowly been phased out after most airline companies have been privatized. Other airlines still do give perks, but not KLM."
Mar 27th 2009 1:07PM I'd gladly accept a free one!
Jan 16th 2008 12:34AM 26654 on my first...
Aug 16th 2006 2:16PM 4. Nokia USB stick
It's my first time as a student here in the US. I've only used Nokia when I lived in the Philippines. The selection of phones here in the US is different. I settled for a Motorola and the interface doesn't respond as well as the previous Nokias I've used.