Cheap flights to Greenland

ICT — GOH
Sep 27 — Oct 41

Which day is cheapest to fly to Greenland?

Monday is currently, on average, the cheapest day to fly to Greenland. Flying on Tuesday will result in higher flight prices.

What time of day is cheapest to fly to Greenland?

At the moment, flights in the morning are likely to offer the best value for money for your Greenland trip. A flight in the afternoon will more often than not be of higher cost.

Where are the most popular flight destinations in Greenland?

Popular flight destinations in Greenland include Nuuk, Ilulissat, Kangerlussuaq, Kulusuk and Narsarsuaq.

How long is the flight to Greenland?

The simplest option is flying from John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) to Keflavík Airport (KEF) in Iceland. Using Virgin Atlantic, the flight takes 5h 40min. From Keflavík Airport, you must transfer to Reykjavík Airport (RKV), where you can get a flight to NuGB International Airport (GOH), taking 3h 40min. Alternatively, you can fly from the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) via O'Hare International Airport (ORD) to Keflavík Airport. This flight takes 11h 20min. At Keflavík Airport, pick a flight to Reykjavík Airport, where you can find a flight to NuGB International Airport. For a shorter route, you can fly use United Airlines to fly nonstop from O'Hare International Airport to Keflavík Airport, taking 6h 15min.

Where can you get direct flights to Greenland from?

Unfortunately, there are no direct Greenland flight deals. If you want cheap flights to Greenland, you must first fly to Keflavík Airport in Iceland, then to Reykjavík Airport, where you can book another flight to NuGB International Airport in Greenland. For the shortest route on flights to Greenland, consider flying direct from O'Hare International Airport to Keflavík Airport. An alternative to this would be a flight from John F. Kennedy International Airport to Keflavík Airport. From Keflavík Airport, transfer to Reykjavík Airport for flights to NuGB International Airport. This flight is nonstop and takes 3h 20min.

What is the best way to travel around Greenland?

All transportation in Greenland is organized by helicopter, airplane, ship, or dog sled. There are no roads between communities or trains. One option you can use to explore Greenland is by domestic flights, which are handled by Air Greenland, the national airline. You can fly on helicopter or planes to towns in North, South, and East Greenland. Planes operated by Air Greenland include Dash-8-200 and fly pleasantly low, offering amazing views that allow you to explore Greenland from above. In small settlements, there are no runways for airplanes, so many trips happen by helicopter. Sailing is also a good way to explore Greenland. You can sail by ferries from Qaqortoq in South Greenland to places like Illussat in North Greenland. There’s a passenger ship from Arctic Umiaq that offers services from April to December. In the summer, you can use Blue Ice Explore, a company that sails between Qaqortoq, Narsaq, and Narsarsuaq in South Greenland. For trips to North Greenland, you can use services by Disko Line.

What are some things to do in Greenland?

Greenland is the largest non-continental island and also the most sparsely populated country with less than 60,000 residents. The most famous features in the country include glaciers and icebergs. The mountains also offer beautiful wildflowers, precipitous cliffs, hot springs, and breathtaking fjords. The Ilulissat Ice-fjord, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of the most visited sites in Greenland. This is where massive glaciers calve, which means they break off and float into the coastal waters. Another way you can enjoy Greenland is through whale watching, where you experience up-close encounters with whales. Many fjords melt by May, which makes June and July the best months to cruise while whale watching along the coastline. Tours depart from towns like Aasiaat, NuGB, Qeqertarsuaq, and are offered by companies like Greenland Adventures and Disko Line. Typical sightings include fin whales, humpback, blue whales, beluga whales, pilot whales, and sperm whales.

Do I need a passport or visa to fly to Greenland?

For a stay lasting up to 90 days, you don’t need a visa to enter Greenland. But while a visa is not mandatory, you must have a passport valid for six months or more from the date you exited your country. It must have a blank visa page.