|Opened in.||In 1941 as Bluie West One.|
|Closed in.||Open and went civil only in 1988. A civil heliport was also opened in 1960.|
|Operated by.||USAAF/USAF until 1988 and then the civil Greenladic firm Mittarfeqarfiit.|
|Owned by.||USAAF/USAF until 1988 and then the civil Greenladic firm Mittarfeqarfiit.|
|Outside links.||http://220kts.com/ferry-flights/airports/BGBW-narsarsuaq-airport.html, http://ourairports.com/airports/BGBW/pilot-info.html, http://www.jaunted.com/story/2007/11/27/165136/82/travel/World%27s+Most+Dangerous+Airports%3A+Narsarsuaq,+Greenland,+UAK, http://www.handbook.aero/hb_airportpage.html?recnum=868, https://www.world-airport-codes.com/greenland/narsarsuaq-5126.html, http://www.azworldairports.com/airports/a1640uak.cfm http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Narsarsuaq_Airport and http://www.mit.gl/.|
The approach flight (the flight in to the runway) is considered one of the most dangerous in the world.
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