Canadian North, the Arctic’s leading airline, today unveiled its strategic plans to expand to the awe-inspiring landscapes of Greenland.
This move marks a momentous milestone as its first-ever international flight, embarking on a new chapter of Arctic connectivity. Launching in 2024, the new seasonal route will operate from Ottawa to Nuuk, Greenland, with a connection in Iqaluit, from June to October.
New seasonal route details launching in 2024 to Greenland:
Flights from Ottawa and Nuuk have a connection in Iqaluit. Explore alternative routes within our network for your journey to Greenland, such as Kuujjuaq to Nuuk, Greenland with a connection in Iqaluit.
Born from a shared vision to enhance Arctic connectivity, Canadian North and Air Greenland have forged a significant partnership through an interline agreement. This alliance facilitates seamless travel between Canada, Nunavut, and Greenland, allowing passengers to book a single ticket, embodying the cooperative spirit of the 2020 agreement between our regions. It aims to bolster regional cooperation, promote cultural understanding, and stimulate economic engagement. The synergy between Canadian North and Air Greenland unlocks new possibilities for continued collaboration and growth in the Arctic region.
Top Copyright Photo: Canadian North Boeing 737-7CT WL C-FHNN (msn 35078) YYZ (TMK Photography). Image: 958722.
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