Updated on March 09, 2020
As of March 9th, as part of the measures taken by the French Polynesian government to prevent the introduction of COVID-2019 into French Polynesia, all travelers of all nationalities bound for Tahiti will be required to present a medical certificate.
On that day, 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 who depart from Narita Airport need to obtain a medical certificate which is dated no older than 5 days prior to the date of departure.)
As part of this process, each passenger must complete the form here below 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.
Travelers transiting through or that have visited one of the following countries within 30 days prior to their trip to French Polynesia:
Italy: Lombardy, Veneto and Emilia Romagna
must carry a medical certificate no older than 5 days certifying their health condition, regardless of their port of departure. We, therefore, invite the concerned passengers to take the necessary measures prior to their flight.
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.
For passengers going to the United States:
By amendment, the American authorities have decided that any person having stayed in the People's Republic of China (excluding Hong Kong and Macao) and/or Iran within 14 days before their date of travel to the USA will be denied entry. As a result, these passengers will be denied boarding on Air Tahiti Nui flights to the USA.
This restriction does not apply to:
-American citizens holding an American passport
-Legal permanent residents of the USA holding a permanent resident card (green card) or a parole letter
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.