An Australian woman says Qantas killed her dog by leaving it on the tarmac in 100 degree heat during a flight delay

FILE PHOTO: Workers are seen near Qantas Airways, Australia's national carrier, Boeing 737-800 aircraft on the tarmac at Adelaide Airport, Australia, August 22, 2018. REUTERS/David Gray

  • An Australian woman is accusing Qantas of killing her dog after he was left on the tarmac in his crate on a 100-degree day while waiting to be loaded onto a delayed flight.
  • Kay Newman wrote on Facebook that Duke, her 5-year-old boxer, died on a Qantas flight from Sydney to Brisbane on December 19, 2019.
  • Qantas says that an “unexpected delay” meant the dog was kept on the tarmac for “longer than usual,” but that handlers insisted he was fine when they moved him.
  • Another dog, a bulldog named Frank, died on December 21, 2019, while in the read more >>>

    Source : BusinessInsider.Com

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