There are many sides to The Islands of Tahiti. Yet they are all connected by Mana. Mana is a lifeforce and spirit that surrounds us. You can see it. Touch it. Taste it. Feel it. And from the moment you arrive, you will understand why we say our Islands are Embraced by Mana.
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Wishing you a wonderful holiday season - From the Air Tahiti Nui team.
Our Ambassador, the surfer Steven Pierson takes you into the clear waters of French Polynesia.
Our fresh and dynamic crew make our passengers feel like they are already in Tahiti as soon as they step on board. The smile and generosity of our teams, the elegant and refined design of the cabins, the sound of ukulele, and the fragrance of the Tiare flower that is offered with our traditional «Maeva», the Tahitian word for welcome, are some of the tokens of friendliness that we extend. They demonstrate the human and uniquely Tahitian part of our character.
Poerava Business Class provides a level of comfort and service that considers all your senses, immersing you in Tahitian hospitality from your first step on board. Your journey begins with a fragrant Tiare flower, the national flower of Tahiti, and the same one painted with pride on the tail of our airplanes. Breathe in deep this hint of exotic flora and settle into one of 32 roomy and well-appointed seats in couple-friendly pairs.
Entering Moana Economy Class the first thing to notice is the color palette, one inspired by the natural beauty of Tahiti. Pillows that pop with the vivid hues and patterns of the island’s flowers and vegetation, resting on variations of blue taken from lagoon, ocean and cloudless sky.
Far from the usual clichés, the new Tahiti scene is embracing their Tahitian culture and origin with a contemporary vision & touch !
Fa’afaite, the reconciliation in English, stands for the renewed ties of the Tahitian youth with their ancestral culture.
Sabrina Laughlin is one of the most famous Polynesian singers. She was born in Tahiti and she chose to live in the island of Taha’a at the age of 16. She has strong ties with her land and culture. Today, she shares her passion for French Polynesia in this wonderful video with her song “Terehe”: it offers a glimpse of our Ambassador’s talent and of the natural beauty of our islands!
Tikahiri, a rock band from the atoll of Fakarava, presents their islands through tattooing and music in a " Paumotu Gothic " style referring to the language spoken in the Tuamotu Archipelago
Our ambassador, Michel Bourez, presents his Polynesia, ocean side!
Enjoy these amazing images rhythmed by a local rock group, Tikahiri.
Our elegant ambassador and Miss Tahiti 2014, Hinarere Taputu, presents her Polynesia!
Enjoy these beautiful images shot at the Brando Hotel in Tetiaroa.
Music by Sabrina Laughlin who is also one of our Air Tahiti Nui Ambassadors.
Air Tahiti Nui supports the talents and personalities of Tahiti and its islands through its sponsorship program Air Tahiti Nui Ambassadors.
"Ia Ora Na, let's spread the word".
Polynesian people welcome its visitors with "ia ora na" and with a flower Lei, just as they welcome a brother with his kindness and goodness to them in their land. The Lei they 're making is the Lei of Life because of its fragrance. Put it to your and you will have eternal life. Just pick one! Flower traces its way, such as water flowing here and there, from a green pasture to another, and from a lagoon to another. Ia Ora na, to all things, all men, and to the goodness of the earth and the ocean.
Air Tahiti Nui Making-of inflight & air crew photo shoot
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