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Tentative schedule 2017 for JACO maritime units at Nortwest Greenland (NWG)

Travel start date
01 Jul 2017
Travel end date
30 Sep 2017
Itinerary
NW Greenland KNUD-CLASS
Organisation
Joint Arctic Command
Travel category
Logistics
Type of transport
Naval ship
Open seats, if any
TBD Space available
Available payload, if any
TBD Space available
Status
Open
Travel area
North-West Greenland

DESCRIPTION:

Joint Arctic Command (JACO) naval ship expect to navigate according to the tentative schedule shown in Table 1.  If space is available JACO can offer transport opportunities for scientists / scientific purposes. 

Table 1: Tentative schedule for JACO maritime units at Northwest Greenland (NWG)
  Period  Vessel type   Application deadline    Comments  
  01 July to 31 September 2017  KNUD-CLASS01 May 2017 

 

TERMS AND PRECONDITIONS: 

  • Applicant must be a registered member of Isaaffik.
  • If the application includes personal traveling in remote parts of Greenland, then the applicant must obtain a permit for travel in such areas before submitting the application to Isaaffik. See the official Greenland Government website for expeditions and research projects in remote parts of Greenland.
  • Each application must be evaluated and approved by applicant's own institution before submittal to Isaaffik. See list of local logistics coordinators at: http://www.isaaffik.org/isaaffik-contact-info.
  • Approved projects must be registered in Isaaffik.

Treatment of requests:

  • Permission for traffic and stay in remote parts of Greenland is given by the Government of Greenland after consultation with the Chief Constable of Greenland and Joint Arctic Command. Permission is granted only with the agreement of these two authorities.

Ship transportation of personnel:

  • Applications are evaluated relative to free space on the naval vessel.
  • If there is room on the specific travel transport can be offered. 
  • However, any travel may be canceled, postponed or re-prioritized at any time relative to Joint Arctic Command's own needs and other factors. This may cause that external passengers are delayed, will be left on another destination, or do not come with the specific travel. In such cases it will be the individual himself, who is responsible for his onward journey.

Ship transportation of cargo:

  • Applications are evaluated relative to free space on the naval vessel.
  • Any scheduled travel may be re-prioritized at any time relative to the Joint Arctic Command's own needs as well as external factors.

 

ISAAFFIK APPLICATION PROCESS:

 

Last updated
31 May 2017