Fly Auckland to Los Angeles return
Air Tahiti Nui offers convenient connections at Papeete, Tahiti three days per week when flying from Auckland to Los Angeles. There are three classes of travel available on our new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft - Moana Economy, Moana Premium Economy and Poerava Business class.
NO booking fees
NO credit card surcharge
Child & Infant Discounts available for eligible children
Hold my Fare option available at a charge if you need 'Time to Think'
Stopovers in Tahiti are not only permitted - they are encouraged! If you choose a stopover holiday in the Islands of Tahiti you will find an impressive selection of accommodation, ranging from some of the worlds' most luxurious Resorts and Spa's featuring iconic over-water bungalows, to Hotels, self-contained Apartments, Holiday Villas, or Guesthouses that offer a truly immersive and authentic Tahitian holiday experience.
For USA flights beyond Los Angeles, travel will be on an Air Tahiti Nui partner airline. In conjunction with American Airlines, Delta, Air Canada and Alaska Airlines we can offer flights to over 80 cities in the USA, Canada and Mexico.
Once you've made your flight booking be sure to search for your accommodation with our hotel partner, Booking.com.
Prices are correct at 18 October 2019. Airport taxes are included but may vary where currency exchange rates fluctuate. Seats are limited and may not be available on all flights. Payment is required at the time of booking. All prices are displayed in New Zealand Dollars.
Airfares are based on travel departing Auckland to Los Angeles via Papeete without a stop. A surcharge applies for travel originating from other New Zealand cities. Child discount applies to children aged 2-11 years inclusive. Infant discount applies to children ages under 2 years and not occupying a seat.
Maximum stay 12 months. Flight date changes up to 48 hours prior to departure are permitted at a charge of NZD100 subject to seat availability in the original booking class. Flight no-show is not permitted and results in ticket forfeiture. Airfare may be used to upgrade to a higher airfare. If the higher airfare is refundable, only the upgraded portion of the ticket may be refunded - the original airfare remains non-refundable.