Air Tahiti Nui will increase flights between Los Angeles and Auckland via Papeete, Tahiti, the idyllic French Polynesian destination, to 3 times per week, from 2 per week at present, beginning December 10. The airline will launch an additional year-round flight between Auckland and Papeete on Tuesdays, in addition to the existing Thursday and Sunday…read more >>>
Air Tahiti Nui
Tahiti Nui uses a fleet of Airbus A340-300 aircraft for all their flights. 6 First Class and 24 Business Class passengers are seated at the front of the plane in a 2-2-2 layout, followed by 276 Coach Class seats in a 2-4-2 formation.
In The Air
First Class service on Air Tahiti Nui includes seats that lie back fully flat, luxury service of a specially designed menu with Polynesian themes and vintages wines selected by a Parisian sommelier. Passengers also have personal video screens, as do those in Business Elite, who also receive unique fully reclining seats with extended leg rests, and an enhanced gourmet menu.
Coach Class boasts interactive seat-back entertainment and a menu created by Parisian chefs.
On The Ground
Air Tahiti Nui offers Business and First Class passengers access to lounge facilities, provided by affiliate partners, at all six airports from which they operate. Facilities vary according to location but all offer a relaxed place to freshen up, enjoy a snack or get some work done.
The airline was named 2012's Best Asia Pacific Airline by the readers of the Global Traveler magazine.
April heralds the commencement of Air Tahiti Nui’s $17+ million renovation of its aircraft on long-haul flights. Each of the airline’s five Airbus A340-300 aircraft will have their seat plans rearranged to accommodate the introduction of improved business class facilities and more room and comfort for those in economy. As a result of these changes,…read more >>>