Air Tahiti is an airline in French Polynesia. It is based in Papeete and mainly flies to regional destinations. In addition to the Air Tahiti Nui, Air Tahiti is considered the most important airline in the island nation. In addition, all passengers and aircraft in Papeete Faa'a are cleared by Air Tahiti. The airline was founded in 1950 by local companies. The fleet was completely renewed and replaced by ATR aircraft. This was followed by an expansion of the route network and a renewed modernization of the fleet. As of October 2019, the fleet consists of 6 Airbus and Boieng aircraft flying to 5 destinations.
👜 Baggage regulations at Air Tahiti Nui
Carry-on baggage On Air Tahiti Nui flights, passengers (adults and children from 2 years old) are allowed to carry one piece of carry-on with a maximum weight of 10 kg (22 lbs) and maximum linear dimensions of 115 cm (45 inches).
In addition to the carry-on piece, one piece of personal items with a maximum weight of 3 kg may be carried in the cabin (handbag, pocketbook, small camera, infant bag, laptop computer, etc.). Assistive devices such as canes, walking sticks, or crutches are thus permitted free of charge, they can safely be stowed on board.
The free baggage allowance that Air Tahiti Nui offers on its operated flights is based on the travel class and frequent flyer status as follows:The free baggage allowance that Air Tahiti Nui offers on its operated flights is based on the travel class and frequent flyer status as follows:
Moana Economy Class - 23 kg (50 lbs)
Poerava Business Class - 32 kg (70 lbs)
🕗 Air Tahiti Nui Web Check-in
Air Tahiti Nui now has a Web check-in service available to all their passengers. You can check-in online from 36 to 5 hours before your flight's departure. Save time choosing your seat in advance and get your boarding pass to present at the check-in desk and at the airport checkpoints.