Norlandair will be flying twice a week between Reykjavik and Nerlerit Inaat in co-operation with Air Iceland until this autumn when the schedule will be revised.  Nerlerit Inaatairport serves the extremely remote village of Ittoqqortoormiit (Scoresbysund) and is the airport of entry for all expeditions entering the Greenland National Park.  After the Greenland HomeRule discontinued support for flights between Iceland and Constable Point on 1st January this year, the only flight connection to this northernmost village on the East Coast has been aweekly service from Kangerlussuaq (Sondrestrom Fjord) in West Greenland.  With Keflavik International Airport being an effective air line hub in the North Atlantic,Norlandair’s initiative is welcomed by all those travelling between Nerlerit Inaat/Ittoqqortoormiit and other countires. Norlandair traces its history back to 1959 and has  been operatingextensively in Greenland since 1971. 
We are happy to answer all enquiries and booking requests.