Qikiqtarjuaq Airport

Located at the edge of Nunavut at the Davis Strait, the isle of Qikiqtarjuaq lies near the large island of Greenland. One can go here via Qikiqtarjuaq Airport, operated by the government of Nunavut. Those going here will find that this port of entry is a popular spot for pilots ferrying turboprop aircraft between Canada and Europe. This makes it a useful for general aviation, especially for transporting fuel and emergencies. Those visiting this way can find the airport at 67.5457993 (latitude) and -64.0314026 (longitude).

Established at an elevation of 18 ft above mean sea level, planes on their way here will land on a runway extending up to 3,803 ft long. Upon landing, tourists will find a breathtaking scenery at this side of Canada. This can be rewarding, given the remoteness of the location and beauty of the landscape and waters.


Travelers checking out Qikiqtarjuaq will be served by Canadian North and First Air, the only airlines at present in the airport. They transport passengers between Iqaluit and Pangnirtung.

Services and Facilities

Tourists must prepare everything they might need, just in case there are no outlets or facilities here that change currency and provide other related services.

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 Getting to & from the Airport

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Head north-east and then turn left. Make a slight right and turn right at the next turn. After a series of right turns, travelers will reach the airport.

 Who flies to Qikiqtarjuaq

 Location Details

Longitude:63° 49' 59'' W
Latitude:67° 34' 59'' N

 Airport Location

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