So the pilot did what any dog lover would do. He diverted the plane, causing a 75 minute delay and spending $10,000 in fuel and landing fees to save Simba’s life. The Frenchie boarded another flight with a working heating system and flew home with his extremely grateful owner.
Once the passengers on the flight understood they were being delayed to save Simba, they were glad the pilot chose to land. Air Canada believes their pilot made the right call to protect all lives on board, Simba’s life, included. We couldn’t agree more.
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