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Air Tahiti Nui Offers Adult Fares at Kids Prices

Air Tahiti Nui Offers Adult Fares at Kids Prices

Air Tahiti Nui is winding back the clock and lightening the load on the wallet, offering adult fares at children’s prices.

On sale until 3 July 2015, adults can fly return in economy class from Auckland to Tahiti from just $849* – the cost of a child fare.

Air Tahiti Nui General Manager New Zealand Alan Roman said the deal represented a saving of about 25 per cent on standard adult fares.

“This deal represents significant savings and we hope it’s just the ticket for holidaymakers wanting a tropical break. Just a short five-hour plane trip away, Tahiti has a lot to offer couples, families and friends wanting an idyllic getaway where the sun never stops shining. The Big Island of Tahiti offers a striking natural backdrop of blue lagoons, black sand beaches and lush volcanic peaks as well as a combination of Polynesian and French cuisine and accommodation ranging from five-star luxury hotels to rustic family pensions,” Mr Roman said.

The airfare is valid for departures between 16 August 2015 and 20 May 2016 with some blackout dates applying.

Air Tahiti Nui has released a top 10 list to inspire travellers to experience some quintessential Tahiti moments during their visit, including casual dining at the Roulettes food trucks, the Papeete market and walking in Captain Cook’s footsteps at Point Venus.

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

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