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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’s identity and development potential are based on a number of visions that make up a crucial foundation for our day-to-day activities.
Our mission is to make Greenland accessible.
We will develop our traffic system where it generates value for our customers and Air Greenland. We will attract and develop the right employees. We are conscious of our social responsibility and take this responsibility very seriously.
Air Greenland is working with a strategic plan called Qarsoq 2017, which is based on the values that were adopted in the previous strategic plan, Qarsoq 2012:
Aviation in the Arctic is a complex task, and there is many sides to the Air Greenland organisation. Find out more about us in these sections.
Our fleet consists of fixed-wing aircrafts and helicopters – ranging from the large Airbus 330-200 to small AS 350 helicopters.
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