Thomas Cook apologises over dog death on Gatwick plane

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    The dog, Buster, owned by a member of the armed forces returning from duty in Cyprus, was found dead in a container on the Thomas Cook Airlines flight.
    The airline was fined £6,500 and ordered to pay £12,000 costs by magistrates after pleading not guilty to causing unnecessary suffering.
    It said it was considering whether to appeal against the decision.
    West Sussex County Council (WSCC) said its trading standards officers were called to the airport after Buster's body was found.

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