Take a unique trip to follow old stations from WW2, including outposts for the protection of naval convoys, weather stations and an old mining town of Ivittuut where one of the most important elements to win the war was extracted: Cryolite, which was a key catalyst in aluminium production for all allied aircraft.
This amazing trip takes you from small islands to beautiful lush valleys and glaciers, and there is a good chance to spot musk ox, caribou and other wildlife.
Our professional staff is committed to giving customers the best possible experience. Our pilots have many years of experience flying in Greenland and Iceland.
Safety is our main priority. Our operation is based on complying with, and continuously evolving with the stringiest aviation safety standards of EASA regarding the operation, crew training and maintenance. Our staff is fully acquainted with the beautiful, but sometimes harsh environment we’re operating in.
The trip will take approx 4 hours with 2-3 landings.
Being a helicopter tour it is weather-dependent. Some mobility is required for walking on potentially challenging terrain.
Fire, Ice and Rock, History of Scientific Discovery
We aim to be the first choice when it comes to discovering Greenland by helicopter and we are committed to giving you an unforgettable experience. We work with local tour operators and guides to make sure that you get the most out of your trip. Glacier landings, hot springs, scenic mountains and historical UNESCO sites; these are just some of the adventure experiences waiting for you when you take a helicopter flight with us. Our helicopter tours are perfect for those who like to immerse themselves in the incredible sights of nature. We all love what we do and are excited to share our adventures with you.
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