The Organisation of Mittarfeqarfiit
Mittarfeqarfiit is owned by the Government of Greenland and reports to the Department of Housing and Infrastructure.
We are approx 450 employees in Mittarfeqarfiit, divided between the head office, 13 airports, 46 helicopter landing sites, two hotels and other departments.
Most of the staff functions are gathered at the Mittarfeqarfiit headquarters in Nuuk: Finance, airport operations, technical support, HR and administration, IT and safety, and quality.
The Business Development Department, which takes care of commercial activities, including contact with oil and mineral companies, aircraft operators and customs, is located in Kangerlussuaq.
The 13 airports, which are managed by an Airfield Manager, are organised into three groups: Medium-sized airports, small airports and gravel runway airports. In addition to these groups are the two international airports in Narsarsuaq and Kangerlussuaq.
Three of the five heliports are staffed by Air Greenland on behalf of Mittarfeqarfiit. Three heliports and two helistops are staffed by Mittarfeqarfiit.
37 helistops are staffed by KNI Pilersuisoq on behalf of Mittarfeqarfiit.
All helicopter landing sites report to one of the Airfield Managers.
The hotels in Kangerlussuaq and Narsarsuaq are managed collectively from Kangerlussuaq.
Besides our main business, airport operations, Mittarfeqarfiit has the responsibility for or operates a number of other functions in continuation of some of our airports, including energy supply, repair shops and stores.
The Danish Transport Authority is the authority for civilian air traffic in Denmark, Greenland and the Faroe Islands.
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