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Air Tahiti About Air Tahiti

Air Tahiti is an airline based in French Polynesia. It is based in Papeete and mainly flies to regional destinations. In addition to Air Tahiti Nui, Air Tahiti is the most important airline within the island state. In addition, all passengers and aircraft in Papeete Faa’a are handled by Air Tahiti.

The airline was founded in 1950 by local companies. A year later, the Territorial Administration Air Tahiti provided a Grumman Mallard flying boat. In 1953 the state-owned company Régie Aérienne Interinsulaire (RAI) was established. After its establishment, however, the then territorial administration of the airline withdrew all traffic rights. The French airline Transports Aériens Intercontinentaux, or “TAI” for short, carried out the respective air transport between the islands there on behalf of RAI. In 1958, the TAI then set up a long-haul connection between Bora Bora and Nouméa. At the same time it was able to acquire the majority stake in RAI, which was named Réseau Aérien Interinsulaire. Following the privatization, two Consilidates PBY flying boats were used. In 1961 regular international connections could be established for the first time. In the 1960s, RAI owned Short Bermuda flying boats and Douglas DC-4 machines that flew to a total of six destinations. In 1970 the company was renamed Air Polynése. Two years later they already flew to eleven destinations. The fleet was expanded with the aircraft of the types DHC-6 Twin Otter, Britten-Norman BN-2 Islander and Fokker 27 Friendship.

It wasn’t until 1986 that the airline was named Air Tahiti. The fleet was completely renewed and replaced by ATR aircraft. The route network was expanded and the fleet was modernized again. As of October 2020, the fleet consists of the following aircraft: two ATR 42, eight ATR 72.

Air Tahiti Hub Airports

Tahiti Faa’a International Airport (PPT / NTAA)

Air Tahiti Classes of Service

On board Air Tahiti aircraft , seating is free. On board their ATR aircraft, hostesses and stewards serve passengers a welcome juice 30 minutes after take-off, as well as tea or coffee for any departure before 9am. Any additional drink or snack is charged. Travelers over 18 may also have access to alcoholic beverages, but only after 9 a.m. Sandwiches are available for sale on some flights, especially to the Cook Islands or the Austral Islands.

Air Tahiti Check-in

Online Check-in

Check-in is required to get the boarding pass. Check-in time for each airline varies. check-in details are written by our editors to assist you.

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ONLINE CHECK-IN

Airport Check-in

To check in at the airport, check the closing times of the check-in counter on the Air Tahiti website. If you are not at the airport in time, you will not be able to board the plane and you will lose all your rights on the purchased flight ticket.

Air Tahiti Baggage Allowance

Carry-on baggage

The hand baggage may be a maximum of 45 x 35 x 20 centimeters and weigh no more than three kilograms. All personal items must be carried inside the hand baggage item. It is forbidden to carry sharp or pointed objects in hand luggage, as well as weapons and other dangerous objects. Batteries, radioactive, flammable and explosive substances, strong magnets, gases, poisons, corrosive substances and alcoholic beverages are prohibited in both hand baggage and checked baggage.

Checked baggage

With a standard ticket (Y Class), a passenger can carry a maximum of 20 kilograms of luggage in a maximum of three bags, each with a maximum circumference of 150 centimeters. With a Special Ticket (Z Class), a passenger can carry a maximum of 50 kilograms in two or three pieces of luggage. A piece of luggage must never be heavier than 25 kilograms or larger than 150 centimeters (length + height + width). Small children are not allowed to check in baggage.

Other luggage

If the free baggage allowance is exceeded – both for checked baggage and sports baggage – additional fees will apply. Surf or kitesurfing boards must not be longer than 180 centimeters. The special baggage should always be properly packed.

Tripuck does not guarantee the correctness and timeliness of the information. Contact your agency or airline for actual luggage information

Air Tahiti Seat Selection

To make a comfortable trip with Air Tahiti, you must choose the right seat. In general, if you want to travel in a good seat, you should choose your seat in advance and disregard some extra fees if necessary.

Air Tahiti Knee Distance

Because of the airlines who want to reduce the cost of flying more passengers, knee distance is very important especially on long haul flights. The front seats and emergency exit seats are the seats with the highest knee distance. It is generally sold for a fee.

Kaveka Frequent Flyer Program

“Kaveka” is the Air Tahiti loyalty program , accessible only to people and companies residing in French Polynesia. It allows the most loyal travelers to accumulate points in order to obtain advantages and gifts. The rewards come in the form of award airline tickets or free excess baggage.

Air Tahiti Food & Beverage

Detailed information about airline’s paid and free catering services will be updated on this page soon.

Air Tahiti Inflight Entertainment

Especially in long distances, Air Tahiti offers in-flight entertainment, so you can enjoy your flight without getting bored.

The airline offers you movies, music, TV shows and more entertainment options that will allow you to travel without getting bored.

Air Tahiti Pet Policy

Who wants to leave your best friend at home? On this page you will find the rules of traveling with your pet during your flight with Air Tahiti.

Please be sure to check with the airline before you travel, as the rules for transporting pets vary according to the airline.

Air Tahiti Lounge

The lounges are indispensable especially for business class passengers. What facilities does it offer? Here you will find detailed information about Air Tahiti lounges for a comfortable start to your trip.

Air Tahiti
IATA ICAO Callsign
VT VTA AIR TAHITI

Founded:1987
Country:French Polynesia
Hubs:PPT
Owner: 33.5% private investors, 13.7% French Polynesia, 13.4% Socredo Bank and other stakeholders
Alliance:None
Frequent Flyer Program: Kaveka
Company slogan: -

Number of Aircraft: 10
Destinations:  48
Average Age of Aircraft: 5.2
Type of Aircraft: ATR
Detail of Fleet: ATR 42, ATR 72

Head Office: Air Tahiti S.A. Boulevard Pomare, P.O. Box 314, Papeete, Tahiti French Polynesia
Phone Number: +689 86 40 00
Fax Number: +689 86 40 99
E-mail: reservation@airtahiti.pf

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