- Air Tahiti Nui today announces the debut of its first non-stop service connecting Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) and Papeete, Tahiti (PPT) with its inaugural flight and arrival to SEA Airport.
No longer just for honeymooners or celebrities, the Islands of Tahiti are the ultimate place to celebrate your child’s achievements as you adjust to having an empty nest.
A near-mythical destination for many travellers, French Polynesia has overcome the worst impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic and is rebuilding its tourism sector. Here Jean-Marc Mocellin, chief executive of Tahiti Tourisme, brings Breaking Travel News up to date
Tahiti Tourisme is encouraging agents to sign up to Tahiti Specialist Programme. The programme is designed to aid the training and development of agents across a growing product base.
The president of French Polynesia, Edouard Fritch, has argued the Covid-19 pandemic in French Polynesia is now “under control,” with less than 20 new cases per week.
This is the first Boeing airplane to join the Tahitian airline, which plans to use the longest-range Dreamliner to replace aging A340s and connect its home base in the South Pacific with world cities such as Paris, Tokyo and Los Angeles.
If the idea of taking a trip this summer to one of the most beautiful places in the world sounds good to you, you could be the new stars of a tourism promotion for The Islands of Tahiti. Today Tahiti Tourisme is launching a global audition to cast real couples and families as the stars of a new digital video series promoting The Islands of Tahiti to audiences worldwide.
Tahiti Tourisme has introduced its new global brand messaging, encompassing the theme ‘Embraced by Mana’. The concept honours the islands of Tahiti, celebrating the destination’s iconic beauty and unique culture. In Tahiti, ‘Mana’ is renowned as the life-force that connects all living things, a spirit of Polynesia that surrounds us and can be touched, tasted and felt.
Tahiti Tourisme has launched its new global brand positioning and identity for the Islands of Tahiti, simultaneously in 14 key markets across the world. It follows a comprehensive and strategic project run by Tahiti Tourisme who saw the necessity, in the increasingly competitive world of global tourism, to recognise the challenges ahead and the need to be differentiated; to standout from competition and remain relevant to visitors.
In the first two months of 2014, Tahiti and her islands welcomed over 24,800 tourists overall, with the UK market achieving an increase of 74 per cent compared to the same period a year ago. In the month of February 2014 alone, the figures show an 89 per cent increase in visitors from the UK choosing the French Polynesian paradise as their destination of choice.