Anyone flying between the U.S. and Europe will be familiar with Greenland. The vast white landmass on in-flight maps remains just that for the vast majority of travelers because of the difficulties in getting there.
Those who make the effort are rewarded with a truly unique place full of spectacular landscapes, distinctive communities and traditional Arctic culture.
Why visit Greenland?
Almost entirely covered by the world’s second largest ice field, Greenland is home to pristine Arctic landscapes and hardy wildlife. Its long coastline is dotted with a handful of remote communities clinging to the water’s edge.
Flying to Greenland
Aside from making port calls
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