Air Greenland domestic airport network includes all 13 civilian airports within Greenland. Two international airports capable of serving large airliners−Kangerlussuaq Airport and Narsarsuaq Airport−were formerly used as U.S. Air Force military bases, and have been used for transatlantic flights.
All other regional airports are STOL-capable, and are served with Bombardier Dash 8 Q200 fixed-wing aircraft. Outside Greenland, the airline operates transatlantic flights to Keflavík International Airport in Iceland, and to Copenhagen Airport in Denmark.
Smaller communities are served by settlement flights from the local helicopter hubs in Upernavik Airport in the Upernavik Archipelago in northwestern Greenland, in Uummannaq Heliport in the Uummannaq Fjord region in northwestern Greenland, Ilulissat Airport and Aasiaat Airport in the Disko Bay region in western Greenland, in Qaqortoq Heliport and Nanortalik Heliport in southern Greenland, and in Tasiilaq Heliport in southeastern Greenland. Out of 45 heliports served, 8 are primary, the remainder are helistops.
The following is a list of destinations served by Air Greenland as at April 2015.
As of May 2015, Air Greenland operates scheduled passenger flights to the following airports:
As of April 2015, Air Greenland operates scheduled passenger flights to the following primary heliports:
As of May 2010, Air Greenland operates scheduled settlement flights to the following district helistops:
Destinations served by Air Greenland
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- ^ Only served by helicopter
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- ^ The Heliport was renamed from Ammassalik heliport to Tasiilaq Heliport. , 
- ^ AAP is the former IATA identifier for Andrau Airpark, see 
- ^ IKE is a non-IATA identifier for Ikerasak Heliport, see  and 
- ^ ILL is the former IATA identifier for Willmar Municipal Airport, see 
- ^ KAQ is a non-IATA identifier for Kangersuatsiaq Heliport, see  and 
- ^ KIT is the IATA identifier for Kithira Airport (ICAO: LGKC), see 
- ^ KLQ is the IATA identifier for Keluang, Malaysia (ICAO: WIPV), see 
- ^ NUG is the IATA identifier for Nuguria, Papua New Guinea, see 
- ^ NUS is the IATA identifier for Norsup Airport, Vanuatu (ICAO: NVSP), see 
- ^ QQT is a non-IATA identifier for Qeqertaq Heliport, see  and 
- ^ SAA is the IATA identifier for Shively Field, see 
- ^ QUP is a non-IATA identifier for Saqqaq Heliport, see  and 
- ^ TSS is the IATA identifier for East 34th Street Heliport, see 
- ^ UKK is the IATA identifier for Oskemen Airport (ICAO: UASK), see 
- ^ UPK is a non-IATA identifier for Upernavik Kujalleq Heliport, see  and