With the scent of Tiare Tahiti gardenias and the melodic rhythm of island music sweetening the atmosphere, relaxation envelops Air Tahiti Nui premium passengers as soon as they step onboard. Air Tahiti Nui, the Tahitian national carrier since 1998, offers convenient routes, three cabins and award-winning service, symbolizing the spirit of French Polynesia in every feature and amenity.
Air Tahiti Nui operates daily flights from Los Angeles to Papeete, offering connections to Paris, Tokyo and Auckland via Tahiti. As one of only two airlines operating non-stop flights between North America and French Polynesia, Air Tahiti Nui is the perfect option for travel to the enchanting islands. Air Tahiti Nui also operates codeshare flights to Sydney in conjunction with Qantas.
Air Tahiti Nui’s Airbus A340-300 aircraft are equipped with three cabins, offering six first-class seats and 24 business-class seats. The airline’s premium cabins, Poerava First and Poerava Business — named for the Poerava black pearl, Tahiti’s gift to the world — perfectly represent the value of the French Polynesian treasure with comfortable seats, fantastic service and an inspired menu.
Internationally acclaimed chefs from around the world designed the in-flight menu, featuring French cuisine with a Polynesian twist. Among the many menu options, premium passengers can choose from foie gras, crab salad, chicken and seafood, including shrimp, scallops and mussels. The tasty menu is accompanied by an award-winning wine list, crafted by a Parisian sommelier.
Air Tahiti Nui is bringing the world to Tahiti, one of the foremost incentive destinations on the globe. The airline was named Skytrax Best Cabin Crew and the 2008 Travel + Leisure Best International Airline.
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