Access is via Reykjavik on Air Iceland. I will arrange for Faye (my travel agent) to organize all our tickets for this portion to make sure we all get on the plane and get a good group rate. Faye was in Greenland last year and knows the system and staff at Iceland Air which helps if there are difficulties caused by weather. The plane for Greenland departs from Reykjavik domestic terminal on a Saturday morning so you will need to arrive the previous day in Iceland. We will return to Iceland on the following Saturday, arriving back about 4:00pm in Reykjavik. The international airport is approx 1 hrs drive from the city of Reykjavik and the Domestic Terminal where you depart for Greenland is 15 minutes from the city center.
While Kulusuk has an airport it is basically a small island with a hotel 5 minutes from the airport and the village 20 minutes walk away. The airport services a much larger vaillage (2000 people) 10 minutes flight to the south called Tasiilaq. In Tasiilaq there is a hospital with English speaking doctors.
Air Greenland operates a helicopter that services this region as well as some of the outlying villages. If we have a problem this machine is available as a backup however it is not an additional helicopter for Heliskiing.
There will also be another group heliskiing in a different region but close enough to be of any support if required.
There are good communications via helicopter plus I carry a satellite phone.