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|Air Greenland has 6 Dash-7 planes in their fleet.|
All transportation between cities in Greenland is carried out by either plane, helicopter or ship because there aren't any roads between them.
And because of this it's VERY expensive to travel around Greenland.
|A Dash-8 taking off at Vancouver International Airport.||05/04/2006||319|
|The construction began 1997 and was opened for traffic 1999 with flights twice a week with a DASH 7 from Kangerlussuaq. Before 1999 you flew from Kangerlussuaq to Ilulissat by DASH 7 and from Ilulissat to Upernavik by a Sikorski S-61 helicopter. A trip could sometimes take a whole day because of weather conditions.|
To make the airport the west side of the mountain Livets Top (Top...
|A British Airways Dash-8 Being towed at Manchester Airport, England||01/16/2007||348|
|Airport of the capital Nuuk.||06/04/2007||2,114|
|One of the six Dash 7's owned by Air Greenland.||03/02/2009||486|
|Or Constable Pynt Airport is the airport of Ittoqqortoormiit (Scoresbysund). Planes (Dash-7) lands here and people are flewn to Ittoqqortoormiit by helicopter.||06/04/2007||948|
|Nuuk golf course is a 9 hole golf course with a par of 66 (1 par 5, 4 par 4 and 4 par 3), belonging to Nuuk Golf Club. It's the most nothern gras golf course in the world and opened in the year 2000. |
The intentions is to increase it to a 18 hole in the year 2014. It began 2008.
|Airport of Tasiilaq (Ammassalik).Planes used are Dash-7 and by heicopter to Tasiilaq.||06/04/2007||1,014|
|A container ship with supplies for all businesses and privates has arrived in Nuuk and is now being unloaded.||03/01/2009||598|
|Greenlands first swimm arena was opened 2003|
It's called Malik which means Little Wave in the language of Greenland.
|This center was opened 1997 used as cinema, Greenlands first one. It also contains restaurants, cafes and a theater/concert hall.|
Before it was opened the people of Nuuk had to wait until a movie was on market as video but today the movies are shown on the same day as they are in Denmark.