Meanwhile, federal police and forensic investigators remain at the scene to complete a final investigation into the baby's death, and to interview staff who were on board the flight.
Doctors traveling on the plane performed CPR on the infant for two hours, to no avail.
She wrote, "As I closed my eyes to catch some sleep the Air Asia hostess tapped me on the shoulder to help her".
"We didn't want to tell the parents that it happened because, I think what we were dealing with is, the parents would have had to hold their dead baby", she said.
"I had known when I looked at the baby's pupils and they did the light test that the baby had passed", she said. Also, as the plane landed at 5.30am police and medical specialists were called.
"AirAsia apologises for any inconvenience caused by the delay of Flight D7237", said the spokesman.
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Nadia Parenzee, a former nurse, was holding the baby on the AirAsia flight from Kuala Lumpur when the medical emergency unfolded.
"The safety and wellbeing of our guests is always our number one priority and, in accordance with procedure, the flight crew requested medical assistance on landing at Perth International Airport", the AirAsia spokeswoman was quoted as telling the programme. The parents were "on their way to start a new life for themselves here in Australia", and Parenzee offered to help with the baby.
A 19-year-old woman on board the flight admitted she had given birth and acknowledged that she had delivered the baby.
There I made the girl, named Farah, in his last breath and was relaxed. The desperate parents had her put the Baby in the Arm. It's believed the infant was suffering from a respiratory illness.
However, it would not comment further on the infant's medical situation.
The death is now under investigation while a report is prepared for a coroner.