French Polynesia and the South Pacific are where these Tahiti flights take travellers on grand Tahiti holidays. Gear up for the ultimate beach party as these Tahiti flights fly into the island’s main hub, the Faa’a International Airport, also known as the Papeete, Faa’a International Airport.
Air France offers long-haul Tahiti flights from London, with two stopovers -- Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport and Los Angeles International Airport – before landing at Faa’a International Airport in Tahiti. These flights may take from 25 to 39 hours, and the airline offers its full complement of amenities to keep passengers entertained. Watch films and video programs while lounging on 118-degree reclining seats; play interactive games on touch-screen monitors; or call friends and loved ones on the personal in-flight telephones. Two main courses and limited alcoholic drinks are served during the flight, and a snack buffet is available in the galley. Air France also flies to Tahiti from other UK cities such as Manchester, Birmingham, Newcastle, Edinburgh, and Bristol.
From Glasgow, catch a flight to Tahiti on Air New Zealand, which flies out from Auckland. The flight stops first at London Heathrow, then also at Los Angeles, and then lands in Papeete, Tahiti. Economy class offers many benefits: blockbuster movies, programs, music collections, and games on an 8.4-inch screen with in-seat remote; winged headrests and leg supports; and New Zealand specialties matched with New Zealand wines.
Air Tahiti Nui, Tahiti’s flag carrier, also flies to the island from Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport.