Facing the expansion of COVID-19 and according to restrictions from different governments for transportation to and from French Polynesia, Air Tahiti Nui has decided to stop flights for one month, from the 28 of March. The remained programmed flights for next days are to allow non- resident travelers to go back home. We invite you to anticipate your return by contacting us on (+689) 40 476 787.
Passengers wishing to travel between the 28 of March and the 30 of April are invited to reschedule the trip from the 1st of May. Other passengers can also contact consular offices in French Polynesia.
We sincerely apologize for this situation and thank you for your understanding. Wishing each of you a Bon Voyage as you complete your journey and look forward to seeing you on a future Air Tahiti Nui flight.
Prohibition of entry into the territory of French Polynesia for all non-residents of French Polynesia.
This decision is justified by the State of Public Health Emergency announced today by the Government of the French Republic.
The residents of French Polynesia are required to fill in the health control form provided to them before entering French Polynesia.
Upon arrival, they must remain in quarantine, carried out on the island of Tahiti, at home or in any other place allowing the application of this measure for a period of 14 days.
During the quarantine period, any change in the person's state of health must be reported to the Health Monitoring Office of the Health Authority or to the 15 Centre.
All residents travelling to French Polynesia must fill in the Confinement declaration, downloadable here and provide it to the authorities upon arrival.
Dedicated medical personnel before each flight
As part of the measures taken by the French Polynesian government to prevent the introduction of COVID-2019 into French Polynesia, Air Tahiti Nui has decided to assist passengers with dedicated medical personal before each flight departing from Paris-CDG, Los Angeles and Auckland-NZ. For technical reasons, Narita is excluded.
Passengers with a temperature above 99.5 degrees Fahrenheit (37.5 degrees Celsius) may be denied travel/entry in accordance with this policy.
As part of this process, each passenger must complete a dedicate form and present it at the Air Tahiti Nui counters on their day of departure. Passengers with no symptomatic signs will be able to proceed with boarding normally.
For more information, visit the official website of the Government of French Polynesia.
Authorities from other countries have also established various entry regulations, including for transiting passengers.
Therefore, we strongly recommend that all customers check the latest updates published by the authorities of the countries they plan to travel to.
All passengers travelling to French Polynesia must fill in the self-isolation certificate downloadable here and provide it to the authorities upon arrival.
The well-being and safety of our passengers and our crews remain our number one priority. We will, therefore, keep you updated on any new information that may impact your trip with Air Tahiti Nui.