Air Tahiti Nuia blue and turquoise fleet
Proud ambassadors of Tahiti and its Islands, our planes are named after some of its most famous jewels:
Five magnificent aircraft in the deep blue and turquoise colours of a lagoon proudly sport the Air Tahiti Nui image. Emblazoned with a Tiara flower, our aircraft symbolise the welcome and beauty of our islands.
Since its creation, Air Tahiti Nui has been faithful to Airbus technology. The fleet consists of five A340-300 planes, known for their flight quality and excellent technology. They are equipped with CFM56 jet engines, one of the world's best selling jet engines.
These aircraft are particularly well suited to long haul flights and guarantee a very comfortable journey.
Mangareva (F-OJGF) - one of the Gambier islands
Moorea (F-OSUN) - one of the Society and Windward Islands
Rangiroa (F-OSEA) - one of the Tuamotu islands
Nuku Hiva (F-OLOV) - one of the Marquesas islands
Bora Bora (F-OJTN) - one of the Society and Leeward Islands
The Tahitian Tiara
The Tahitian Gardenia, more commonly known as the Tahitian Tiara is the emblematic flower of our islands. It is a sign of welcome when offered to visitors and for this reason Air Tahiti Nui has adopted it as its emblem and proudly sports it on the fin of its planes.
A Tiara flower is offered to each passenger when they come on board. Its intoxicating perfume is a foretaste of our islands and reflects the warmth of a typical Polynesian welcome.