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Mandatory French Polynesia Entry Requirements and Sanitary Measures on Board and at Airports

Updated: October 19th, 2021


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Please review the current MUST READ Conditions of Entrance to French Polynesia as well as the MUST READ CDC Entrance Requirements to the US for all travelers, which are outlined below. It is critical that all passengers review and abide by these MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS, which include Covid-19 vaccination, RT-PCR Covid-19 testing and/or Antigen testing, as well as administrative forms to complete via the ETIS platform. If these conditions are not met, Boarding of the Aircraft will not be possible.

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact our Air Tahiti Nui call center, which may be reached PDT, Monday – Friday, 7:00AM-5:30PM PDT & Saturday 9:00AM-2:00PM PDT, at +1 (877)-824-4846 or by email at res.us@airtahitinui.com.


Welcome Back to Paradise !

The Islands of Tahiti are open for travel from the United States! If you are ready to travel and need that well deserved vacation, enjoy a truly relaxing, incredibly beautiful, and intimate getaway, only 8 hours from Los Angeles. Your journey to The Islands of Tahiti starts the moment you step on board our new fleet of Tahitian Dreamliner’s. Enjoy our warm Tahitian hospitality, award winning full service including a choice of meals and alcoholic beverages, amenities, and a complimentary check-in bag. We look forward to welcoming you on board soon!

Your well-being and security are more than ever at the center of our priorities. We have implemented strict sanitary measures on board our aircraft in addition to the French Polynesia entry requirements, which includes vaccination and Covid-19 testing prior to departure. In addition, travel with the convenience of knowing that Air Tahiti Nui airfares offer free changes – without charge.

Tahiti has obtained the international certification "Safe Travels by WTTC", which is the world's first global health and safety label for travel and tourism, designed specifically to deal with COVID-19 and other similar health situations.

For the Minister of Tourism, Nicole BOUTEAU, “this recognition of our efforts by a global organization reassures our partners and all visitors of their safety and well-being.”After reviewing the protocols and awareness actions deployed by French Polynesia, Mrs. Gloria GUEVARA, President and CEO of the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), declared that she was delighted to recognize the country's efforts in the implementation of health security measures in accordance with the global “Safe Travels by WTTC” protocols.