Thousands of passengers cross over the largest island in the world every day flying global airlines between North America and Europe. Yet just 30,000 tourists visit Greenland each year. Only 56,000 people live there, mostly in remote places that are not even connected by roads. Every item, from food to IT equipment, has to be imported from its former colonial master, Denmark. Forty percent of Greenland’s gross domestic product is subsidized by that nation. Without Air Greenland, the ...

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