|Top route||Papeete Faaa to Los Angeles|
|Top airport||Los Angeles|
Seats were roomy. Staff was great offering free drinks and refills constantly. Everything was very clean.
The sound system was so bad I could not watch movies.
Reclining seats with leg rest! Amazing flight crew! Loved the food! Everything was perfect!
I would fly again
The crew was very friendly and welcoming. Boarding was calm and organized. Take off and Landing was perfect and in time.
Excellent service and comfort
my luggage was damage. even if i put fragile in my bags. i was disappointed.
Very friendly and professional crew from check in to be working to flight crew to disembarkation.
Tahiti Nui Was great we did some business class, I don’t know how the regular seats were. LAX is horrible. I wish Tahiti Nui flew through San Diego
Passport control in Paris CDG for horrid. Very crowded.
Flying with Air Tahiti Nui is always the best flight experience.
Great alternative to AF or Delta for nonstop flights from LA to Paris.
The trip was seamless. Attendees are wonderful. Plane brand new.
Excellent services !
Very nice crew. Seat too narrow
Cons: Slow boarding, not able to select seat in advance
Pros: The leg room and the recline was the best I’ve had in a budget economy class, and I was not expecting a snack and two full meals. They also gave each of us a flower when boarding. It was a charming touch.
Pros: The airconditioned lounge and shower for business class after sweating in line through security. Lay flat seats.
Cons: Headsets had a weird jack and weren’t noise cancelling, wish it left a couple hours earlier, and for some reason, my feet kept bottoming out in the footwell but I wasn’t fully reckoned.
Pros: Amazing, brand new plane. State of the art business class seats. Nice crew
Pros: Totally reasonably way to fly to tahiti. It seems like a well run airline.
Pros: They bumped me off they also told me I had no insurance when I thought I bought the insurance from him flight. They are talking to see if I can get on the plane for Monday at 1:30 so I'm still at the LAXM very upset when I thought I bought insurance I had a important business in Paris and then I was heading out to Iraq to our mission day so I'm very upset right now thank you is there something you can do to make sure
Pros: Crew was nice, fresh frangipani flower a nice touch. Seats in economy were BAD. No room and uncomfortable. Breakfast was nice fruit and the omelette was pretty basic
Pros: Liked the tahitian atmosphere on the plane.
Cons: Seats were uncomfortable and hurt my back.
Cons: Legroom is tight and narrow..smaller than your average space in coach.
Cons: I have purchased the priority pass but it didn't work. Was very disappointed. I could have saved money by not purchasing it.
Cons: Very tight seating-uncomfortable. Crew was not very friendly
Pros: The entertainment
Pros: The crew was astonishingly good. I really was amazed with the whole crew sense of service and kindness.
Cons: Hard to say.. really
Pros: The crew's service, the food and availability of food and drink throughout the whole flight.
Cons: The cabin temperature, it was too warm.
Pros: Would definitely fly Ait Tahiti Nu again.
Cons: No complaints.
On board Air Tahiti Nui flights, cabin baggage should not exceed 45in. If your hand luggage is bigger, the Air Tahiti Nui assistance team will most likely ask you to pay extra for checked luggage.
Air Tahiti Nui offers direct flights to 6 cities in 5 different countries. Los Angeles, Papeete, and Auckland are the most popular cities covered by Air Tahiti Nui.
Air Tahiti Nui concentrates most of its flight operations in Los Angeles.
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Based in Papeete, Air Tahiti Nui serves as a major link between French Polynesia and the rest of the world. Due to its isolated location in the South Pacific Ocean, all flights operated are long-haul routes to major destinations. Connections are possible to North America, Asia, Europe, and Oceania.
Predominantly owned by the Government of French Polynesia, Air Tahiti Nui is responsible for a large sector of the islands’ tourism. Direct services to densely populated locations in the United States, Japan, and France have boosted the accessibility and economy of the Polynesia region. Codeshare agreements are held with several carriers, including Air France, Air New Zealand, Japan Airlines, Qantas, Korean Air, and American Airlines. These partnerships provide customers the ability to purchase connected flights to a wider network.
Exclusively Boeing aircraft are flown. The Boeing 787 Dreamliner is favored for its fuel efficiency and long-distance range. The jets can carry approximately 294 passengers. All aircraft in the fleet are named after islands in French Polynesia, such as Bora Bora and Fakarava. The names can be spotted alongside the cockpit window along with the French Polynesian flag. Emblazoned on the tail of the aircraft is the Tahitian gardenia flower.
There are three cabin classes to choose from when flying with Air Tahiti Nui: Economy, Premium Economy, and Business Class. Seats in Economy have 31 in of legroom, which is increased to 36 in for Premium Economy. Seats can also be semi-reclined in Premium Economy. The Business Class cabin is decorated in a tropical color scheme and has flatbeds with a large, soft cushion.