Qinngorput is a district of Nuuk, the capital of Greenland.It is located near to the east-northeast of the town centrum, south of Nuuk Airport, approximately 5 km (3.1 mi) outside of the city centre. The Qinngorput area was a popular camping and hunting site for many years before it was incorporated into Nuuk in 2005.
Being the most recent district incorporated with the city, it attracts younger people and the focus is on families with school aged children. Previously the only readily accessible route to the district was via the airport. In 2008 a road connecting Qinngorput to central Nuuk—via Nuussuaq—was finished, effectively cutting commuting time to the city centre in half.
While the district is within walking distance from the town harbour, commuting between downtown and Qinngorput is facilitated by the local Nuup Bussii bus company. It operates two bus routes; route 1, running every 30 minutes daily, directly between downtown and the neighbourhood, and route 3 via the airport, running every hour during rush hours from Monday to Friday.