Greenland Express is hoping to launch domestic flights by no later than August using a new aircraft type, after its shaky start and suspension of operations in 2014. The startup launched flights between Denmark, Greenland and Iceland in June 2014 using a Fokker 100 on wet-lease from Dutch ACMI provider Denim Air, but stopped flying after just three months. At the time, Greenland Express director and founder Gert Brask told ATW the suspension of services was “a planned time out” ...

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