I don't often have a window seat flying into Iqaluit, probably because I always I request an aisle seat. The plane last Wednesday, for once, was not stuffed to the gills, and the flight attendant offered me a row to myself after takeoff. It was overcast for much of the trip but cleared over Frobisher Bay. I took these photos as we came into Iqaluit for landing.
This cluster of buildings is Apex, a small community southeast of the rest of Iqaluit:
The road snaking from Apex to Iqaluit. There are some white buildings there by the shore if you look closely, I don't know if they're historical buildings, but they look like it:
Then Iqaluit appears in lobes:
Coming into downtown:
Then the airport:
Canada's most vibrant air terminal: