Air Greenland Expands Summer Services

 

Air Greenland says it will launch expanded non-stop flight service for its 2008 summer schedule. The non-stop service between Baltimore Washington International Airport (BWI) and Greenland’s Kangerlussuaq Airport (SFJ) will start June 26, 2008 and conclude on August 28, 2008. Those dates reflect an extension of the airline’s service, which was launched last May. Flights, which take about five hours, will continue to depart and return to Baltimore every Thursday. Prices start at $1,100 including taxes and charges. Visit www.experiencegreenland.com.

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