Air Tahiti Nui safetyA flight with total peace of mind
Aeronautical rules and maintenance
Air Tahiti Nui scrupulously applies the European aeronautical rules in force for the operation and maintenance of its aircraft. The services of Air Tahiti Nui and the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) permanently watch to ensure compliance with the rules of the European Aviation Safety Agency.
Air Tahiti Nui is also subject to requirements issued by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) which allows it to operate its flights over the United States.
All A340-300 planes in the Air Tahiti Nui fleet follow a strict maintenance schedule imposed by Airbus at Tahiti Faa'a airport and at each of its stopover points.
Air Tahiti Nui has the approvals and licences required as a French aviation carrier and holds the Joint Airworthiness Requirements (JAR) certificates for aircraft maintenance.
Air Tahiti Nui is IOSA certified
Issued by IATA, IOSA certification validates our security and maintenance procedures. Technical maintenance as well as training and updating of crew are provided under Airbus standards.
Air Tahiti Nui holds the Joint Airworthiness Requirements (JAR) certifications, guaranteeing the recognised training, efficiency and high degree of professionalism of its general aircraft maintenance teams.
The airline is also subject to the security rules imposed by its code share partners. It was one of the first airlines in the Pacific to receive IOSA approval, the world's most comprehensive and restrictive security certificate in the aeronautical field.
The purpose of this audit is to analyse Air Tahiti Nui's procedures in respect of the most rigorous security requirements. Air Tahiti Nui was awarded IOSA certification in 2010 for the fifth consecutive year since joining the programme.