Air Greenland A/S is Greenland’s national airline. It operates on international routes to Copenhagen and a large number of domestic routes in Greenland. The company’s charter department carries out operations in connection with expeditions, exploration, tourist flights and search and rescue (SAR). The fleet consists of 11 fixed wing aircraft and 21 helicopters. Air Greenland A/S is owned by the Greenland Home Rule, SAS and the Danish state.
Both the hotel and the conference facilities have four star classification. The hotel has 87 rooms, 22 of which are superior rooms, two suites, conference facilities with two conference halls and two meeting rooms, a restaurant, a brasserie and a bar. In recent years, Hotel Arctic has been the setting for large, international conferences, including EU summits and meetings for senators and members of congress from the USA and from international companies. Hotel Arctic is owned 100 percent by Air Greenland A/S.
Greenland Travel is located in Copenhagen. The agency has more than 20 years of experience with travel to, and in Greenland and is one of the largest organizers of tourist trips to Greenland, Iceland and the Faroe Islands – and combination trips between the three destinations. Greenland Travel provides package tours, group tours and individual trips. Greenland Travel is owned 100 percent by Air Greenland A/S.
A partnership between Greenland Travel Ltd. and Ilulissat Travel Ltd. World of Greenland is based in Ilulissat in the Disko Bay, and offers as an incoming bureau excursions by ship, helicopter and by foot to all the town’s visitors.
World of Greenland also services the cruise ships that dock at the Ilulissat harbour.
World of Greenland also owns and manages the Ilulissat Youth Hostel and the cabin settlement by Eqi.