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Take Off Together and Save with Air Tahiti Nui

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Take Off Together and Save with Air Tahiti Nui


Air Tahiti Nui is providing the perfect incentive to travel with a friend with its latest airfare sale offering a pair of return economy flights to Tahiti from just $1585* combined.

On sale from now until September 9, the airline’s Take 2 deal offers savings of up to $800* per couple in economy and $3350* in business when two people travel together to Tahiti, Los Angeles or Paris from Auckland.

During the sale, two return economy fares from Auckland to Tahiti are priced from $1585* combined (a saving of $460 per couple) and two return business fares start from $3930* (a saving of $1240 per couple).

A pair of return economy fares to Los Angeles are priced from $2599* (a saving of $800 per couple), while two people can travel in business from $8405*, a saving of $2710.

Meanwhile return economy fares for two people to Paris start from $3925* (a saving of $770 per couple) and a pair of return business fares starts from $10,590*, a huge saving of $3350.

Air Tahiti Nui General Manager Australia New Zealand Mark Hutchinson said travel was an experience best shared, with these Take 2 offers opening up a world of opportunities.

“This great new offer provides an unbeatable chance for couples, colleagues, friends and family members to see the world together and check off some amazing bucket list destinations with Air Tahiti Nui,” Mr Hutchinson said.

Air Tahiti Nui offers three weekly flights between Auckland and Paris via Tahiti and Los Angeles.

For more information visit www.airtahitinui.co.nz or call the airline on 09 972 1217.

*Savings and fares are per couple. Terms and conditions apply, subject to availability. Travel to Tahiti is valid from August 11, 2014 to May 31, 2015 inclusive; Travel to Los Angeles and Paris is valid from November 1, 2014 to May 31, 2015, some blackout periods apply.

About Air Tahiti Nui:
Air Tahiti Nui operates five A340-300 aircraft from its Tahiti base to Auckland, Tokyo, Paris and Los Angeles and code shares to 37 additional destinations with carriers including American Airlines, Air France, Air New Zealand, Qantas and the SNCF rail system in France. It’s the only airline that flies from New Zealand to Europe via Tahiti and Los Angeles and one of only two carriers with direct flights from Auckland to Papeete. The airline has headquarters in Papeete and operates from Faa’a International Airport on the island of Tahiti. Air Tahiti Nui was founded in 1996 and commenced flight operations in 1998.

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