Greenland is a part of the Kingdom of Denmark, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs does therefore not provide travel advice for Greenland. However, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs can provide the following information:
Naalakkersuisut (the government of Greenland) urges companies, authorities and citizens not to travel.
At the request of the Naalakkersuisut, the government has introduced a general ban on civil aviation with passengers from abroad to Greenland.
In order to prevent the spread of Covid-19, Naalakkersuisut has temporarily ceased all air traffic from Denmark to Greenland until 1 March 2021.
During this period, only persons with a registered address in Greenland and persons performing duties in an essential service or function will have the opportunity to travel to Greenland by plane. Please note that a number of entry-precautions apply to these trips.
For specific information about the rules regarding travel to Greenland, please refer to the Greenlandic health authorities which is the official channel for information and knowledge about coronavirus in Greenland.
Persons entering Denmark will now be subject to mandatory testing and 10-day isolation. Read more here.