Isertoq

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Isertoq
Isertoq is located in Greenland
Isertoq
Isertoq
Location within Greenland
Coordinates: 65°32′55″N 38°58′30″W / 65.54861°N 38.97500°W / 65.54861; -38.97500Coordinates: 65°32′55″N 38°58′30″W / 65.54861°N 38.97500°W / 65.54861; -38.97500
State Kingdom of Denmark
Constituent country Greenland
MunicipalitySermersooq-coat-of-arms.png Sermersooq
Government
 • MayorPele Maratse
Population
 (2020)
 • Total64
Time zoneUTC-03
Postal code
3913 Tasiilaq

Isertoq[2] (West Greenlandic: Isortoq) (IATA: IOQ) is a settlement in the Sermersooq municipality, in southeastern Greenland. Its population was 64 in 2020.[3]

Population

The population of Isertoq has decreased by nearly half relative to the 1990 levels, and by 27 percent relative to the 2000 levels,[4] reflecting the depopulation of the nearby Kuummiit and Tiniteqilaaq.

Isertoq population dynamics
Isortoq population growth dynamics in the last two decades. Source: Statistics Greenland[4]

Transport

During weekdays Air Greenland serves the village as part of government contract, with flights from Isortoq Heliport to Nuuk Airport and Kulusuk Airport.[5]

Related

An Arctic cargobike, Isortoq, is named for the truly remote character of Isertoq.[6]

During weekdays Air Greenland serves the village as part of government contract, with flights from Isortoq Heliport to Nuuk Airport and Kulusuk Airport.[5]

References

  1. ^ Sermersooq Municipality Archived 2010-05-06 at the Wayback Machine (in Danish)
  2. ^ Nu er 'Ittoqqortoormiit' blevet officielt
  3. ^ "Population by Localities". Statistical Greenland.
  4. ^ a b Statistics Greenland Archived 2011-08-12 at the Wayback Machine
  5. ^ a b Air Greenland, Departures and Arrivals Archived 2010-03-09 at the Wayback Machine
  6. ^ anywhere.berlin - cargobikes to #forgetroads