Air Greenland (GL, Nuuk) has announced it would temporarily adjust its schedule by reducing the number of flights to/from Kangerlussuaq as of October 1, 2018, due to technical problems with the local radio equipment.

"There is an hourly limitation on flights to and from Kangerlussuaq. This means we must change our flight schedule for the whole day as the limitations accumulate. This means that more of our passengers will regrettably experience late flight cancellation," customer service manager Helle Pedersen said.

According to the ch-aviation capacity module, the Greenlandic flag carrier operates 99 weekly scheduled fixed-wing departures out of Kangerlussuaq, not counting the airline's helicopter operations. Air Greenland is the sole scheduled operator at the airport and, besides multiple domestic destinations, also serves Copenhagen Kastrup 6x weekly out of Kangerlussuaq using its sole A330-200.

Kangerlussuaq is Air Greenland's main hub, with Nuuk and Ilulissat also used as bases for domestic operations.