NEW YORK, NY, October 24, 2005 – Tahiti and Her Islands are an even more affordable exotic destination with Air Tahiti Nui’s enticing fare sale on select October, November and December flights from Los Angeles International Airport.
Available on select flights and times, travelers taking advantage of this special $495 roundtrip airfare may depart Los Angeles for Papeete, Tahiti, on October 28, 30, November 11, 13, 24, December 1, 4 and 31, 2005; and return on November 3, 5, 16, 23, 29, December 14 and January 9, 2006.
There is a minimum stay of three days and a maximum stay of 21 days. All tickets must be ticketed and issued the day they are booked – at least three days prior to departure.
Every week, 13 daily nonstop flights from the West Coast whisk guests off to Tahiti’s clear aquamarine lagoons and romantic overwater bungalows in just 7 ½ hours. Relaxing Polynesian getaways begin the minute travelers climb aboard Air Tahiti Nui’s modern Airbus A340-300s aircraft, as melodic native music soothes and the fragrant tiare flower beckons.
In addition to enjoying warm Tahitian hospitality and Polynesian- and French-inspired cuisine onboard served by the “Best in Cabin Staff” for the Australia/Pacific region (Skytrax airline survey 2005), the 264 passengers in Moana Class can while away the hours with personal entertainment centers at each seat featuring six first-run movie channels, eight music stations, and the “ATN Game Network,” with card and action games played against the computer or interactively with other passengers on the flight.
For more information, visit www.airtahitinui-usa.com or call toll-free 1-877-824-4846.
*Rules and conditions apply. Government taxes, departure fees and fuel surcharges of approximately $154 per person are extra.
Air Tahiti Nui, the leading carrier to French Polynesia, has headquarters in Papeete and operates from Faa’a International Airport on the island of Tahiti. The company was founded in 1996 and commenced flight operations in 1998. It was ranked “Best Airline for the Pacific” and placed in the top ten in the “Cabin Staff” category overall, and “Best in Cabin Staff” for the Australia/Pacific region in the 2005 Skytrax airline survey.