The development of “Greenlandic Aviation” represented by a new stamp issue

The development of “Greenlandic Aviation” represented by a new stamp issue
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According to info got by StampNews.com Greenland Post issued the next stamp dedicated to "Greenlandic Aviation". Once again the aviation design has been created by the legendary engraver Martin Mörck. This item depicted helicopter was released on the 20th of October and is now available for purchasing.

The Bell 212 helicopter was introduced in Greenland in 1980 when Grønlandsfly acquired four of this type of helicopter. Another one followed in 1981 and, in addition, one has been leased from the Faroese company Atlantic Airways. This one was later included in the Grønlandsfly's fleet.

The Bell 212 helicopter is a medium-sized helicopter, practically equipped and robust. It can land on land and water (with pontoons) and can transport up to 13 passengers. It is operated by one pilot – however, there must be two pilots if the number of passengers is ten or more. Therefore, Air Greenland's commonly used version has only room for 9 passengers and there is also space for baggage, mail and cargo.

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