Aviation News

February 6, 2009

Air Tahiti Nui Not Returning to JFK This Summer

Air Tahiti Nui, originally scheduled to resume their seasonal Papeete-JFK service on June 15th, has announced it will not operate the service this year, citing poor bookings and an effort to consolidate operations. The Tahiti-based carrier also dropped their service to Osaka, Japan.



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