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Air Tahiti Nui Enhances Guest Experience with New Lounge and Services

November 8, 2017 Airport No Comments Email Email

Air Tahiti Nui has unveiled a new lounge at Tahiti’s Faa’a airport which offers Premium guests the chance to enhance their airport experience and enjoy the comfort and style of a modern airport lounge before boarding their flight home.

This lounge is operated by the Aéroport de Tahiti and includes a TV area, computer stations, restrooms equipped with showers, locker rooms, a smoking area and a stunning view of the airport runway which borders Tahiti’s beautiful blue lagoon.

Located on the first floor of the airport, the lounge has been designed to match the airline’s distinct blue and white colour scheme, reflecting the beauty and flair of the islands.

Air Tahiti Nui Regional Manager Australia New Zealand Alan Roman said: “We’re thrilled to be offering our Premium guests a stylish and comfortable space to relax at Faa’a airport before they fly home”.

“From a selection of fresh, local food and beverages to a distinct island style, the lounge provides one last opportunity to immerse in a Polynesian vibe, which will hopefully leave our guests wanting more of the islands and motivate them to return soon,” he added.

A Lounge Pass* can be purchased online by Economy class customers for an additional fee, while a

Priority Pass* is also available to purchase online, offering priority check-in, boarding and luggage delivery.

In other service enhancements, Air Tahiti Nui guests celebrating a special event onboard can purchase a VIP gift* online, which includes a small bottle of champagne and a box of French sweets by Fauchon.

Air Tahiti Nui has also announced that passengers can now use an online self-service check-in which is available between 36 and five hours prior to departure at

The international carrier of Tahiti, Air Tahiti Nui accounts for 70 per cent of international passengers flying out of Papeete, its home base on the island of Tahiti.  Air Tahiti Nui operates services from its Tahiti base to Auckland, Tokyo, Paris and Los Angeles, with codeshare connections to 39 additional destinations including Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.

From late 2018, the airline will begin transitioning from A340-300 aircraft to Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners.

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