The government of Greenland will take 100% control of its national airline. Naalakkersuisut, the Greenland government, has said that it will acquire Scandinavian Airlines’ (SAS) 37.5% and the Danish government’s 25% shareholdings in Air Greenland. It’s reported that the Greenland government will pay DKK277 million ($41.3 million) for SAS stake, marking the end to the airline’s shareholding in the carrier which dates back to 1960. In a statement, the Greenland government said: “Air Greenland will continue to operate as a healthy business and solve the tasks of passenger transport in, to and from Greenland, as an important part of the Greenlandic
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