Checked and carry-on baggage allowances apply to Air Tahiti Nui operated flights only, please visit our pages. Refer to the operating carriers' websites for flights on codeshare partners or other airlines.
Your baggage allowance is shown on your E-Ticket.
Checked baggage allowance policy is :
Economy Moana class : 1 piece up to 23 kg
Business Poerava class : 2 pieces up to 32 kg each
Maximum linear dimensions (length + width + height) of 158 cm (62") in both classes.
In Economy Moana class, heavier bags up to 32 kg (70 lbs) may be accepted for carriage at Air Tahiti Nui's discretion, and will be subject to additional charges.
Each ticketed passenger is limited to one piece of carry-on baggage of 10 kg per passenger with a size limitation of 115 cm - (L+W+H), except infant which is limited to 3kg.
In addition to this allowance, a personal item such as briefcase, laptop computer, or purse is authorized and should not weigh more than 3kg.
For more information, please visit us on our pages.
Security restrictions apply to liquids, aerosols, gels and dangerous articles carried on board the aircraft.
Any liquids, aerosols or gels must be in containers of 100 ml volume or less and must fit in one re-sealable transparent plastic bag of 1 litre volume (approx. 20 cm (8") by 20 cm (8")). Non-essential liquids should be packed in your checked baggage.
More information is available on our website.
When you travel to/from the US, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) provides travel tips on TSA website: www.tsa.gov for information and advisories before your trip.
A baggage irregularity report must be completed in writing by the passenger upon arrival or within 7 days of flight arrival, at the baggage service claim at the respective airport for any delayed, lost or damaged check baggage.
For damaged claims, the damaged article(s) are required to be inspected by Air Tahiti Nui or its representative personnel at the time of the claim.
You can transport a funerary urn in the cabin or in the hold.
The urn must be sealed and packed in a discreet container.
For international travel, you are required to have in your possession a certificate from the crematorium and a certified copy of the original death certificate.
To facilitate the security checks at the airport, we recommend you the use of a plastic urn rather than metal.
Note: In the USA, the American authorities can require that the urn is transported in the hold.