The woman was heard pleading for help when her baby got into breathing difficulties on board the Pakistan Internaltional Airlines flight from Paris to Islamabad, which had been delayed on August 3.
The disturbing video shows the woman berating two male staff members while a man stands beside her holding the baby who appeared to be frothing slightly at the mouth and struggling to keep its eyes open.
The hysterical mother was pleading with airline staff to open the door on te sweltering plane after her baby 'passed out' on a flight from Paris to Islamabad
The disturbing video shows the woman and fanning her baby to keep it cool while staff refused to open the door
The hysterical mother was seen desperately fanning the baby to try and cool it down as she yelled at flight attendants for several minutes to no avail.
Several other passengers then surrounded staff to demand the door was opened, chanting 'shame'.
A crowd of angry passengers surrounds the flight attendants as thay apologise profusely and try their best to calm down.
One of the men calls for instructions on the phone but the crowd becomes more irate when he apparently tells them he cannot open the door.
Another small child being held by a parent is seen looking up at the camera and appears to be in some discomfort due to the stifling heat.
The child appears to be frothing slightly at the mouth and struggling to keep its eyes open.
Several other passengers then surrounded staff to demand the door was opened and chanting 'shame'
The video, filmed by a passenger on a mobile phone, appeared on social media and has gone viral with more than 100,000 views in a day.
Passengers were reportedly forced to remain aboard the sweltering plane with faulty air conditioning for more than two hours before finally taking off, while staff guarded the door and refused to open it to allow ventilation.
The mother eventually gives up and returns to her seat with the baby as other customers continue to argue in vain with the staff.
The airline insisted the flight was only delayed for 30 minutes while the pilot waited for clearance to depart from Air Traffic Control.
The mother eventually gave up and returned to her seat while other passengers continued to shout at staff
The airline apologised on a statement on social media and says no there shall be 'no compromise on customer convenience and comfort'
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