Before you travel to Greenland

From January 26 2022 and onwards, there is no longer a requirement to present a negative PCR test upon entry into Greenland.

You are considered fully vaccinated against COVID-19 14 days after you have completed a full vaccination programme, e.g. two doses of Pfizer or Moderna or one dose of Johnson&Johnson. There is currently no upper limit as to how long a person is considered fully vaccinated.

If your test result is positive before departure, then you must:

  • Not show up at the airport
  • Wait to travel to Greenland until you are recovered and no longer at risk of infecting other passengers. If you have tested positive, but are without symptoms, you should wait at least 4 days after taking the positive test to travel to Greenland.
  • Follow the local guidelines for persons infected with COVID-19.
  • Personally pay for any extra costs involved.

Air Greenland no longer offers re-booking or refunds, but refers to general terms and conditions.

If you have symptoms of COVID-19, it is important that you do not go to the airport. You will be turned away at the gate if you exhibit symptoms. Learn more about “If you have symptoms

It is not a requirement to wear a face mask on Air Greenland flights. However, the authorities recommend that all travellers over the age of 12 wear a face mask or visor that covers both nose and mouth.

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