Greenland Express (Aalborg) is set to finalize a three-year wet-lease agreement involving two 2007-vintage A319-100s ahead of its planned resumption of services, now planned for early 2015. Though leased by the Danish carrier, the aircraft would be operated by another airline in line with Greenland Express' virtual carrier status.

In a post on social media, the carrier's CEO, Gert Brask, said a revised network model could see flights from mainland Europe operating to Canada using Kangerlussuaq in Greenland as a transitory hub.

Plans are also in the pipeline to establish a presence in the Faroe Islands beginning either next year or in 2016.

"We have been working on it for a while. Vágar airport and several other local players have asked if we would look at the possibility of flying to and from the Faroe Islands," he told Denmark's CHECK-IN.dk.

Prior to suspending operations in September, Greenland Express had used a Fokker 100 sourced from Dutch operator, Denim Air ACMI (G6, Amsterdam Schiphol), to operate flights between Denmark, Greenland, and Iceland.