In this section you will find information about the organisation and business of Air Greenland.

Executive Boards

Jacob Nitter Sørensen

Jacob Nitter Sørensen


Mogens E. Jensen
Chief Financial Officer

Maliina Abelsen
Chief Commercial Officer

Jørn E. Rasmussen
Technical Director



Mads B. Christensen
HR Director

Lars-Henrik Thorngreen
Director Flight Operations

Board of Directors

The Members of the Board and their Competences. Get to know our board of directors. Click on the name you’re interested in to learn more.


  • Kjeld Zacho Jørgensen

    Chairman of the Board. Appointed by the Greenlandic Government 2018

    Educational background: cand.mag. In Danish literature and sport; Aarhus and the University of Copenhagen (1986)

    Career: 2010-2018: CEO Billund airport 2007-2010: CEO. South Denmark Region 2001-2007: Various directorships in Vejle County and Region of Southern Denmark 1996-2001: Director of Jelling municipality 1986 - 1996: Different top post in the public sector Competences: Management, Strategy, Business Development, Project Development, Coaching, Aviation, Health, Public Sector.

    Other Board Items: Chairman of the Board Travel Guarantee Fund Board member Niras A / S Member of the Board Visit Denmark

  • Bodil Marie Damgaard

    Vice chairman (appointed by the Government of Greenland) since 2016.

  • Jette Larsen

    Appointed by the greenlandic government, 2019

  • Annette Brøndholt

    Member of the board (appointed by the Greenlandic government) since 2019.


  • Steen Jensen

    Member of the board (appointed by the Greenlandic government) since 2019.


  • Malik Hegelund Olsen

    Member of the Board (appointed by the Greenlandic government) since 2019.

  • Henrik Maule Steinbacher

    Employee-appointed member of the board since 2013. 

    Education: Studied engineering at AUC (Aalborg University) from 1992 to 1995. Qualified as a pilot in 1997. Has studied strategy and management as one subject in Nuuk. 

    Career: Started as a pilot in Grønlandsfly in 1997 and flight instructor at Air Greenland in 2004. 

    Competencies: Management and strategy, aviation, and engineering. 

    Positions of trust and seats on boards: Has been involved in union politics as treasurer and trade union representative of the pilots' union (FFG) from 2001-2011.

  • Claus Motzfeldt

    Employee-appointed member of the board since 2017.

    Education: Student at West Coast High-school, Flight mechanic certificate of vocational aptitude. Luftfartskolen in Dragør.

    Career: Mechanic at Air Greenland since 1993. Type-certificate on three helicoptertypes 93-96. Leading mechanic with various titles since 1996.

    Seats on boards: Vice Chairman at Flight Technicians in Air Greenland 1996-2008. Board member in Dansk Metal dep. 16 in 2007-2009. Employee-appointed member of the board in Air Greenland A/S from 2005-2014, 2017-.

    Competencies: Technical, aviation and leadership.

  • Sam Grønvold

    Employee elected board representative since 2017.

    Education: Plumbing tubesmith/Plumber and Traffic-assistant.

    Career: Traffic-assistant in Air Greenland since 2009.

    Seats on boards: Chairman for the employees union SILAGIK at Air Greenland in Kangerlussuaq. Chairman at sports association in Kangerlussuaq KALIF. Employee-appointed member of the board in Air Greenland A/S from 2017-.

    Competencies: Aviation and leadership. Runs a souvenir shop in Kangerlussuaq.

Annual reports

The Air Greenland Group secured a profit for 2014 of DKK 80,7 million before taxes. The net profit after taxes amounted to DKK 52,7million. The Board considers the annual result satisfactory. As expected, the market for route traffic in 2014 did not show any growth which is why Air Greenland last year focused the Company’s efforts on cost efficiency and the development of tourism. The profits achieved for 2014 were positively influenced by an increase in the activity on the charter market with the Company-owned Airbus A330-200, which normally operates the transatlantic flights.



Air Greenland has several subsidiaries.


4-star hotel with 5-star conference facilities in Ilulissat in Disko Bay, 400 km north of the Arctic Circle. 66 rooms, 22 of which are of superior class and two suites. Two conference halls, two meeting rooms, restaurant, brasserie and bar. The hotel has been the venue for major international conferences during the last few years: EU summits and meetings for American senators and members of the Congress, in addition to international enterprises.


The travel agency is the world’s biggest full-service travel agency specialising in Greenland, and for 25 years has been the preferred business partner for business travellers, private individuals and tourists. Professional solutions, 24-hour online booking and service all define the travel agency. Greenland Travel offers great expertise regardless of whether you’re interested in package deals, customised holidays for individuals or large groups. Offices in Nuuk, Sisimiut, Ilulissat and Copenhagen.

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)


For Air Greenland, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is about creating value for the company and for the surrounding community. It is ensured by creating a strong and competitive company that also supports positive development in Greenland.