Air Borealis to be Base Camp Operators; Stan Cook Jr. as Base Camp Manager, and Exciting Programming to be Implemented

For the 2018 season Air Borealis will act as base camp operators for the world-renowned Torngat Mountains Camp and Research Station known as The Torngats.

Opening from August 4th – September 1st, new direct flights are being offered from Goose Bay Airport directly to the Saglek airstrip by Dash 8 aircraft offering ease of access for guests from around the World.

As an exciting addition to the operations team, veteran tourism operator, Stan Cook Jr. has joined the Torngat Mountains base camp team as Camp Manager. Stan Cook’s name is synonymous with the hospitality and tourism industry in Newfoundland and Labrador, having spent over 25 years’ providing award winning tourism experiences for guests from around the World through various businesses. Being the recipient of such awards and recognition as Parks Canada Sustainable Tourism Award, Hospitality Newfoundland & Labrador’s Golden Umbrella, Tourism Industry Association of Canada Hall of Fame and the Department of Tourism Doug Wheeler Award For Lifetime Achievement, Stan will now apply his world-class expertise to The Torngats.

Guests of The Torngats this year will also be treated to an exciting new collection of programming. In addition to the extraordinary indigenous programming that includes traditional Inuit Drum Dancers, throat singers and alternative indigenous artists, The Torngats are excited to welcome acclaimed recording artists, The Once, to the Park for 2018 from August 11th – 18th!

The first guests will arrive at Base Camp on August 4th for what is sure to be an exciting season. Those interested in visiting the Park for 2018 are encouraged to visiting for package and booking information.