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Air Tahiti Nui Industrial Dispute

AUCKLAND, 08 August, 2012

Air Tahiti Nui Industrial Dispute

Air Tahiti Nui wishes to advise its customers of potential disruption to flights from today, as a result of industrial action being taken by cabin crew.

It is unclear which flights will be impacted by the industrial action, with details unlikely to be known until close to departure time.

The airline has introduced a range of measures to help mitigate disruption.

Below is the latest information available for flights from/to Auckland:

Thursday, 09 August: Flight TN 102* from Auckland to Papeete is scheduled to operate on time, departing at 2.15pm and arriving in Tahiti at 9.15pm on Wednesday 8th of August.

*Please note that the operating flight number for this service has changed to TN 482.

Wednesday, 08 August: Flight TN 101* from Papeete to Auckland is replaced by a new flight TN 481, which will depart Papeete at 11.00pm on 08 August, arriving into Auckland at 2.55am on Friday, 10th August.

Any other changes to schedules as a result of this industrial action will be posted as soon as possible on the airline’s website,

For more information, please call Air Tahiti Nui reservations in Auckland on (+64) 09 308 3360.

Air Tahiti Nui regrets any inconvenience caused by this dispute.


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