Greenlanders have their own phrase for everything new and fresh that is brought in by air, such as fresh vegetables and milk from Denmark. The phrase in Danish is “flyfrisk” which best translates as “flight fresh” or “fresh by air”. The phrase is also applied to newcomers who arrive in a steady stream adding to the diversity in the cities, towns and settlements. If you are referred to as “flight fresh” or “fresh by air” it simply means that you are a new arrival and new in town. Every local person is familiar with the phrase which is yet another indication of the importance of the “roads in the clouds”.