You are welcome to bring loose lithium batteries in your hand luggage if they are below 100wh per. pieces.
If you want to bring loose batteries of more than 100wh per. pieces, you must obtain permission from Air Greenland. You may bring a maximum of 2 pieces, and they may not be more than 160wh per. pieces. In addition, the equipment for which the batteries are to be used must be brought along with the batteries.
If you want to carry lithium-ion batteries over 160wh, these must be sent as dangerous goods.
Batteries that are part of an electronic device (eg mobile phone, computer, etc.) may only be carried in hand luggage. The vast majority of electronic devices, such as tablets, smartphones and laptops, have batteries that are less than 100wh and can be carried freely in hand luggage.
If you are in doubt about the size of the battery, you can check this on the manufacturer's website.
It is not allowed to bring loose batteries in checked luggage.