New Zealand will miss an important opportunity to travel safely if a South Pacific bubble doesn't open soon, according to Daniel Eggenberger, general manager of Air Tahiti Nui.
Tahiti is opening to visitors from 15 July, with pre-departure health checks required by visitors.
Bringing Tahiti ‘more into the minds of Kiwis’ is one of the three key goals in 2020 for Air Tahiti Nui as it starts the year in new premises in Auckland’s Queen Street.
Air Tahiti Nui will soon be advertising for three new roles, following the announcement late last week that the carrier will take on the full, solus management of its New Zealand and Australian distribution, sales and marketing activities later this year.
To celebrate the new three-class configuration of its Tahitian Dreamliner, Air Tahiti Nui is offering guests the chance to upgrade from economy to premium economy for just $250* each way.
On sale until 2 July 2018, clients booked on Air Tahiti Nui’s sale airfare (Economy ‘O’ class) can upgrade to the airline’s new Moana Premium Economy class for just $250 each way to enjoy the extra space and comfort of the premium cabin. The deal is valid on flights between Auckland and Papeete from 8 November 2018, when Air Tahiti Nui’s first Dreamliner commences service, through to 5 December 2018. Return economy airfares from Auckland to Papeete are currently on sale from just $829* pp for departures until 5 December 2018.