This little baby boy was born to travel.

A newborn has been awarded a lifetime of free flights on Buraq Air after his mother gave birth during a trip from Tripoli in Libya to Niamey, the capital of Niger.

The baby was reportedly named after the captain. Photo / Facebook, Amir Abu Sen
The baby was reportedly named after the captain. Photo / Facebook, Amir Abu Sen

Buraq Air employee Amir Abu Sin told CNN the cabin crew helped deliver the tiny tot.

As a thank you, the mother reportedly named her son Abdul Baset, after the plane's captain.

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A Libyan woman has given birth to a baby boy on board Buraq Air flight to Niamey, Niger. The mum and her baby are in good health condition

Posted by The Libya Observer on Thursday, 8 September 2016

The incredible story comes after a baby girl named Haven was born on a flight halfway from Dubai to Manila last month.

Philippine carrier Cebu Pacific awarded Haven — the first baby to be born on one of its planes — one million GetGo points, The Guardian reported.

In June, a Saudi Arabian Airlines passenger jet had to make an emergency landing at Heathrow Airport after a woman gave birth mid-flight.