Kenn Borek stops supporting North Pole expeditions

Posted: Nov 18, 2014 08:59 am EST


(Newsdesk) Rumour has been confirmed that Kenn Borek Air, operating from Canada, will not be flying any North Pole expeditions to their start points, or pick them up at the North Pole, or anywhere in between for emergency purposes, in the foreseeable future.


Explorersweb has asked Kenn Borek for a statement, and will publish it as it becomes available.





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Bad news for Arctic expeditions from Canada.
courtesy Eric Larsen, SOURCE
The Twin Otter in front of Kenn Borek's hanger in Resolute Bay, March 2014.
courtesy Eric Larsen, SOURCE
The road to Resolute Airport.
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