Here’s a very nice 30-minute documentary by talented Arnar Ingi Gunnarsson on the 2019 recovery of the Airbus engine part lost over the Greenland ice sheet. Greenland Guidance was part of the challenging fan hub recovery after a long and difficult search by GEUS, ONERA – The French Aerospace Lab, Aarhus University and Polar Research Equipment. Recently BEA-É | Bureau enquêtes accidents pour la sécurité de l’aéronautique d’État finished their investigation looking into the causes of the accident – with some interesting findings (check out their website). Greenland Guidance thanks Airbus, Air France and Engine Alliance for the excellent collaboration.
Documentary makers Jeannette and Stefan: “Greenland Guidance made our lives as TV makers in Greenland much easier. For operations in Paris, Rome or Madrid you can make last-minute arrangements, but Greenland is a country that is difficult to reach, where you are left wandering without proper input in advance. On several occasions we have praised ourselves lucky with the ideas of Greenland Guidance: for instance that science cruise that we could join instead of a packed tourist ship. Not only do they have great knowledge of the country, they also have ample contacts that come in handy. Do not go to Greenland without them!”
In July 2017 CNN filmed in east Greenland for their documentary “Global Warning” to report on the effects of climate change on the ice sheet and beyond. See the stunning footage in the Arctic Melt episode here: https://edition.cnn.com/videos/world/2017/12/04/global-warning.cnn. Greenland Guidance was hired to check the episode for scientific accuracy.