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Ferry flight airports

August 28, 2010

A lot of search queries to this blog are for information about some of the typical ferry flight airports along the North Atlantic ferry routes, so I decided to add some pages to my website (220kts.com) with info on some airports that I have visited on Atlantic ferry flights:

  • CYYR – Goose Bay airport, Canada
  • CYVP – Kuujjuaq airport, Canada
  • CYFB – Iqaluit airport, Canada
  • CYVM – Qikiqtarjuaq airport, Canada
  • BGBW – Narsarsuaq airport, Greenland
  • BGSF – Sondre Stromfjord airport, Greenland
  • BGKK – Kulusuk airport, Greenland
  • BIKF – Keflavik airport, Iceland
  • EGPC – Wick airport, Scotland

The information is from my own experience, having visited each of those airports during various ferry flights. It is not official by any means šŸ™‚

Here are a few pictures of some of the airports:

egpc-wick-airport

Wick airport in Scotland (EGPC)

cyyr-goose-bay-airport

Taking off from Goose Bay airport (CYYR)

cyvp-kuujjuaq-airport

Kuujjuaq airport (CYVP) in Northern Canada

bikf-keflavik-airport

Leaving Keflavik airport behind (BIRK)

cyvm-qikiqtarjuaq-airport

On the ramp at Qikiqtarjuaq airport (CYVM)

bgsf-sondre-stromfjord-airport

On final to runway 09 at Sondre Stromfjord / Kangerlussuaq airport (BGSF) - Greenland

bgkk-kulusuk-airport

Kulusuk airport (BGKK) - Greenland

bgbw-narsarsuaq-airport

Narsarsuaq airport (BGBW) in the distance

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One Comment leave one →
  1. September 12, 2014 5:56 am

    This airport has the international terminal building will be expanded as a part of the IIAIP project.

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