International connections to Greenland will be better this summer, as Air Greenland increases the number of flights between Kangerlussuaq and Copenhague.
The airline will be operating flights out of Copenhague in the morning, noon and evening to facilitate passenger connections from all over the world to Greenland.
Every Tuesday and Thursday, all year round, Air Greenland flights will depart from Copenhague at 11.00 AM. During the summer high season, and around Easter and Christmas, the airline will increase capacity with two rotations between Copenhagen and Kangerlussuaq every Monday and Friday. Flights will depart from Copenhagen at 09:15 and 21:30, and from Kangerlussuaq at 11:40 and 23:10.
Meanwhile, Air Greenland will add more flights to Keflavik. From late March, the airline will fly year-round between Keflavik and Nuuk, operating three times a week during the high season, and once a week during the winter. Additionally, the airline will operate flights from Keflavik to Ilulissat between June and August.