There are direct flights to Narsarsuaq (South Greenland) from Denmark (Copenhagen) and Iceland (Keflavik) in the high season from mid-June to early September. See a detailed schedule of international flights (PDF).
Tickets purchases at the airlines’ websites:
Air Greenland flies from Copenhagen to Narsarsuaq on Tuesdays and Thursdays from mid-June to early September, with additional departures on Mondays from mid-July to mid-August. During the rest of the year, all flight connections to Narsarsuaq include a stopover in Kangerlussuaq or Nuuk.
Air Iceland operates from Keflavik on Tuesdays and Saturdays from mid-June to the end of September, with additional departures on Wednesdays and Thursdays in July and August. Note: Remember to select “Keflavik” and not “Reykjavik” when searching for tickets for flights to Narsarsuaq on Air Iceland’s website!
Disko Line Operate from Narsarsuaq to all towns and settlements with helicopter and boats.
Several airlines fly from Europe and the US to Denmark and Iceland.
When you arrive at Kastrup International Airport, you can easily get to the centre of Copenhagen by train, Metro or taxi. When travelling to Greenland, you normally depart from Terminal 2.
When you arrive in Iceland from Europe, you land in Keflavik International Airport, which is about 50 km away from the city of Reykjavik. The flight with Air Iceland to Narsarsuaq, South Greenland also leaves from Keflavik Airport.
However, the flight with Air Iceland to other destinations in Greenland (Nuuk, Ilulissat) leaves from Reykjavik Domestic Airport, which is located within the city limits (close to the bus terminal).
We are famous for packet trips for small groups of 12 people travelling with own guide on the whole journey from Copenhagen and back. Group members meet before the journey to prepare for the experience. You can book your package trip with us or have your very own package trip especially designed for your group of friends, family or organisation.Read more
My name is Ellen Næsgaard Madsen. I was born and raised here in Nanortalik. I have 2 children who go to school in the local public school. I have worked and been educated at Nanortalik Tourism Service in Tourism and graduated in 2008. Since then I have also worked in the same place for several years. I have a great deal of experience in tourism, as well as cruise tourism and general tourism.
I am now taking over Nanortalik Tourism Service as our dear Niels Tækker Jepsen is about to retire. I am really looking forward to start and will thank Niels for this opportunity he has now given me to take over the business that he has built up for so many years into a well-functioning and world-renowned tourism office.
My plan is to run as the business has been running for several years, but with a new hint here and there.
I look forward to seeing you all here in Nanortalik and welcome you in advance.
Ellen Næsgaard Madsen