Air Greenland’s Epic Eight Hour Dash 8 Flight
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March 25, 2020 - by Joanna Bailey for simpleflying.com
If you've ever fancied flying on a turboprop for a really long time, Air Greenland has just the flight for you. In a bid to maintain connectivity with the European continent, the airline has established an air bridge between Nuuk in Greenland and Copenhagen in Denmark, to be operated once every couple of days.
The flight, taking over seven hours in total, is operated by a De Havilland Canada Dash 8-200 turboprop.
The flights are presumed to be a means of repatriating travelers from either country stranded in the other. They operate by way of Reykjavik in Iceland, although it's not clear whether they pick up passengers here or simply stop to refuel.
What's more, the seven-hour plus journey is operated by one of the industry's smaller aircraft – a Dash 8-200 turboprop....
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