Air Tahiti Nui
At present, five Airbuses represent Air Tahiti Nui worldwide.
The line of these planes bearing the assembly of our company: the Tiare flower.
Its five aircraft are all Airbus A340-300s and on average less than one year of operation.
Mangareva, Moorea, and Rangiroa are owned by Tahiti Nui Air, while Bora Bora is leased to ILFC – International Financial Leasing Company.
These five offers of 294 people, configured in tri-classes, with 6 seats in “Poerava First”, 24 in “Club Poerava” and 264 seats in class “Moana”. Our fleet is composed of 5 new aircraft with the best standards of Airbus technology that preserves the world of colors of our company.
New generation of aircraft, technological innovations and the latest design.
Since the creation of Air Tahiti, we have confidence to know how to make Airbus. Their new generation of aircraft, technological innovations and design, the latest unparalleled comfort offering, while generating significant savings for the company.
Airbus A330 simplifies technical maintenance and crew training. The configuration with four reactors makes it possible to obtain maximum efficiency on limited bi-reactors on trans-oceanic flights.
AIR TAHITI NUI DESSERT EUROPE VIA PARIS at Roissy Charles De Gaulle, USA at Tom Bradley Terminal in Los Angeles John Fitzgerald Kennedy of New York, Japan in the cities of Tokyo (Narita Airport) and Osaka at Kansai airport.
Finally, in the Pacific zone, the company unloads passengers in Auckland, New Zealand and Sydney, Australia.
Recognized by the aviation industry, Air Tahiti has quickly established codesharing agreements with groups of partners: Air France, Qantas Airways and the first Japanese group JAL.
In France, Air Tahiti Nui offers its services in agreement with the national railway company, SNCF, and offers passengers to take the high-speed train pre or post-routing (to learn more …).
In addition, the various interline agreements complete an ideal network.
Other types of alliances strengthen the service to travelers by offering other loyalty programs to the “loyalty system”.