Domestic flights and flights to/from Keflavik:
On slightly longer trips flying on a Dash-8 we serve coffee, tea, juice or water and a cookie.
A light meal (usually a sandwich and fruit) will be served on flights to Keflavik.
There will be no serving on shorter flights with helicopters.
Flights between Greenland and Denmark:
Passengers on business will have 3 menu’s to choose from besides refreshments all through the flight.
Passengers on economy class will be served a brunch on flights out of Copenhagen and a hot meal on flights out of Kangerlussuaq and Narsarsuaq.
It is possible to request special meals, see the list of special meals below.
It is possible to request a child meal for infants:
ENTRY: SR SPML GL-CHML FOR INF/SEGMENT/PASSENGER REFERENCE
It is possible to request a child meal for adults (12-16 years):
ENTRY: SR SPML GL-CHML FOR ADT/SEGMENT/PASSENGER REFERENCE
SR SPML is not valid for other options than mentioned above.
Passengers with allergies may order a special meal - see list of special meal under “Meals”.
The request for special meals must be made at least 48 hours before departure and can only be ordered for passengers holding a confirmed reservation.
It is no longer possible to request special meals within 48 hours prior departure.
It is possible to request a blanket and a pillow for the flight.
On all flights between Greenland and Denmark we offer a varied programme of entertainment, consisting of films, music, cartoons and music channels.
NB: On flights with companies other than Air Greenland, we cannot guarantee that passengers can see films, listen to music or buy tax-free goods.
In-flight magazine SULUK is a great read, attractively presented and written in three languages. The magazine covers Greenland, culture, events and much more besides. You’ll find SULUK onboard, at the airports or on this page: http://www.airgreenland.com/about/suluk-magazine
Cosmetics, spirits, tobacco, accessories, handicrafts and things for the children are among the items available on our flight between Copenhagen and Greenland. We accept Dankort, VISA and Diners.
NB: Tobacco, wine, spirits and beer may only be sold to persons of at least 18 years of age. (20 years of age on entry into Iceland).
Customs regulations on entry into Greenland
- Cigarettes, 200 pcs. or Cigarillos (max. 3 g./pc.), 100 pcs. or Cigars, 50 pcs., or smoking tobacco, 250 g.
- Cigarette rolling papers or cigarette tubes, 200 pcs.
- 1 litre of spirits over 22 % or 2 litres of fortified wine under 22%
- 25 litres of table wine not exceeding 15 %
- 2 litres of beer
- 2 litres of soft drinks containing carbonic acid
- Perfume, 50 ml.
- Eau de toilette, 250 ml.
- Cosmetics and other toiletries amounting to max. DKK 1,000
- Chocolates and sweets, 4 kg
- Coffee or tea, 4 kg
- Meat, meat products or poultry, 5 kg
Customs regulations on entry into Denmark
- Cigarettes, 200 pcs., or Cigarillos (max. 3 g./pc.), 100 pcs., or Cigars 50 pcs., or rolling tobacco, 250 g.
- Spirits over 22%, 1 litre or fortified wine under 22%, 2 litres
- Table wine, 4 litres
- Beer, 16 litres
Import regulations on entry to Iceland
- 200 cigarettes or 250 grams of other tobacco goods
Alcohol for passengers aged 20 and above:
- 1 litre of spirits and 1 litre of wine or 5 litre of spirits and 6 litres of beer or
- 1 litre of wine and 6 litres of beer or 25 litres of wine
- 3 kg of foodstuffs not exceeding a value of ISK 18,500
For citizens outside Iceland
Items such as clothes and travelling gear that are for personal use and are regarded as suitable and normal for the purpose of the visit, length of stay and general conditions, and gifts. Each gift may not exceed ISK 10,000.
For inhabitants in Iceland
Goods produced abroad or sold in the tax-free shop in Iceland at a value of ISK 65,000. The value of any single item may not exceed ISK 32,500.