Air Greenland, also known as Greenlandair, is the flag carrier of Greeland and is owned by the SAS Group, the Greenlandic Government and the Danish Government.
Air Greenland flies to many destinations including Aalborg, Aasiaat, Copenhagen, Hamburg, Illulissat, Iqaluit, Kangerlussuaq, Kulusuk, Maniitsoq, Narsarsuaq, Nuuk, Paamiut, Pituffik, Qaanaaq, Qaarsut, Reykjavik, Sisimiut, Upernavik and Baltimore. Air Greenland has interline agreements with DAT, Icelandair and SAS.
Air Greenland's hub airport is Copenhagen Airport. Air Greenland's domestic airport network includes all 13 civilian airports within Greenland. Air Greenland's fleet consists of A330-200s, Beechcrat B200 King AIr and Bombardier Dash 8 Q200.
Greenland’s national airline Grønlandsfly was founded in 1960. The company changed its name to Air Greenland in 2002 and has undergone rapid development during the last 50 years: From seaplanes to jet planes; and from helicopter services to scheduled services with fixed-wing aircraft. Then, as now, Air Greenland operates in Arctic airspace, which presents a unique range of challenges.
Air Greenland has different baggage policies for carry-on and checked baggage.
If you are travelling on Air Greenlannd economy class, you may take 1 item of cabin baggage, whilst travellers on business class may take 2 items of cabin baggage.
The total weight must not exceed 8 kg or the maximum dimensions of 55 x 40 x 23 cm.
Economy Class can take up to 20 kg (44 lbs) and 1 item of cabin baggage weighing up to 8 kg (18 lbs).
Business Class can weigh up to 30 kg (66 lbs) and 2 items of cabin baggage can weigh a total of 8 kg (18 lbs) with maximum dimensions of 55 x 40 x 23 cm. Passengers travelling with an infant can bring a changing bag and a carrycot.
On flights between Denmark and Greenland, the plane is divided in two sections, Economy and Business.
Economy is the cheapest option.
Air Greenland offers flexible economy class on all flights operated with fixed-wing aircraft, with complimentary snacks and drinks. On transatlantic flights to Copenhagen, in-flight meals are served.
Read the in-flight magazine: Air Greenland publishes a quarterly magazine, called Suluk, with general information about current political and cultural events in Greenland and with news from the airline.
Enjoy comfortable seats; the perfect balance between comfort and value.
Air Greenland Business Class passengers have access to the Aviator and Aspire Business Class lounges at Copenhagen airport. Here passengers can relax, catch up with work and read newspapers, magazines and receive free refreshments. Once on board the aircraft, Passengers flying on Airbus A330 aircraft are provided with personal video screens to enjoy Air Greenland's in-flight entertainment service.
Air Greenland's Business Class seats are wide and comfortable, with two foldable tables sizes that make leaving your seat even easier. Seats can also be adjusted using the panel in the armrest.
There will be a number of entertainment on flights. between Greenland and Denmark including films, music, cartoon and music channels. An in-flight magazine is available on flights to keep you entertained during your flight journey. The in-flight magazine covers the culture, events and much more about Greenland. You can browse through SULUK in the Club Timissa App
On flights between Greenland and Denmark, Air Greenland will offer a range of drinks, a meal and tea and coffee. If you have any special dietary requirements then please contact Air Greenland prior to your flight. On flights between Iceland and Greenland, Air Greenland will offer coffee, tea and sandwiches free of charge.
Air Greenland allows passengers to check in online and at airport.
Air Greenland passengers are able to print their boarding pass by checking in online. Online check-in for Air Greenland is available from 22 hours before your scheduled departure until one hour before your flight.
In Greenland, check-in must be completed at least one hour prior to departure. In Denmark, Greenland Air recommends checking in two hours prior to departure, as the airport check-in desk closes one hour before take-off.
Air Greenland operates scheduled passengers flights to the following cities:
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Copenhagen Airport is the main international airport serving Copenhagen, Denmark and is the hub for Scandinavian Airlines. It is the busiest airport for international travel in Scandinanvia. Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavian and Norwegian Air Shuttle also use Copenhagen Airport as a hub for their operations too. The airport has three runaways and has a passenger capacity of 27 million every year. Other airlines which fly to and from Copenhagen Airport include Aegan Airlines, Air France, Austrian Airlines, British Airways, Bulgaria Air, Croatia Airlines, KLM, Montenegro Airlines, Norwegian Air Shuttle and many others.
The Air Greenland fleet includes Airbus A330-200, Beechcraft B200 King Air and Bombardier Dash 8 Q200 aircraft.