Program of international flights departing from Papeete from October 31, 2021 to March 26, 2022 • TNTV Tahiti Nui Télévision

Program of international flights departing from Papeete from October 31, 2021 to March 26, 2022 • TNTV Tahiti Nui Télévision

The summer 2021 season (April-October) was marked by an improvement in international (commercial) passenger traffic during May-July 2021 with larger volumes than 2020.

2021 2020 disparity
January 15285 55235 -72%
February 4398 46179 -90%
Mars 2110 30599 -93%
Avril 2339 840 178%
may be 8883 1133 684%
June 21125 1249 1591%
July 36943 12891 187%
August 35673 22294 60%
September 18915
October 22114
November 15040
Dec 16650

However, the emergence of variable deltas in French Polynesia during July and August 2021 caused demand to drop. The international air show of the new IATA winter season 2021-2022 is practically identical to the air show of the previous winter season (2020-2021) on the routes to be presented.

With the lifting of restrictions and health improvements, in French Polynesia, airline activity, in terms of volume, is on the rise. The performance of all global companies compared to 2019 is improving. United almost regained traffic for 2019.

The resumption of transatlantic flights announced in early November should improve the performance of French companies.

Entry requirements for international passengers established in French Polynesia’s major tourism source markets tend to ease, but remain an impediment to the roll-out of the Territory’s international air transport offer for the new IATA season this winter of 2021-2022.

The borders of New Zealand, Japan, Chile (Rapa Nui) and the Cook Islands remain closed. So there is no proposal for air service on the following ways:

  • Papeete – Auckland (Air New Zealand, Air Tahiti Nui)
  • Papeete – Tokyo (United Airlines UA)
  • Papeete – Easter Island – Santiago (Latam)
  • Papeete – Rarotonga (Air Tahiti)
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Air France will serve the Papeete-Paris CDG route through Los Angeles on three weekly frequencies.

During the entire IATA winter season 2021-2022, French Bee will operate the Papeete-Paris-Orly route through San Francisco at 3 frequencies per week.

Hawaiian Airlines will operate one frequency per week between Papeete and Honolulu during this season.

Air New Zealand will not operate any flights during the 2021-2022 winter season from IATA. In fact, the New Zealand government has not reopened its borders and no specific date has been set for their reopening. The cancellation of Air New Zealand flights therefore continues until March 26, 2022.

Air Tahiti Nui will operate the Papeete-Paris CDG route through Vancouver or through Los Angeles at 3 to 4 frequencies per week.

On the direct route Papeete – Los Angeles – Papeete, Air Tahiti Nui will operate 3 to 4 frequencies per week, which in addition to Papeete – Paris CDG flights through Los Angeles will allow 6 to 8 weekly frequencies to be served on this route.

United Airlines will operate the Papeete-San Francisco route with three flights per weeks.

Air Tahiti will not operate scheduled flights to the Cook Islands for the 2021-2022 IATA winter season, due to the closure of the Cook Islands borders.

in the last, Air Calédonie International will operate the Noumea – Papeete line on a weekly basis.

Other topics in the Cabinet minutes:
– French Polynesia created the Agency for Economic Development (ADE)
State support for infrastructure: renewal of a three-year agreement to invest $26 billion for the period 2022-2024
An investment grant in favor of the Polynesian Housing Office to finance three operations under construction and under study.
SERD 2021: The country is challenging itself not to use single-use plastic
Subsidies for 3 youth associations, 5 federations and 2 sports associations
– ADEME Agreement – French Polynesia: Support for Polynesian businesses and municipalities
Launching the inter-ministerial health restoration project
The “public health” system launched by the Ministry of Health
– A draft decree adapting the programs for teaching history and geography for first-year classes in preparation for the professional baccalaureate, for first-year classes preparing for the handicraft certificate, and final year classes for preparation for the professional baccalaureate.
– Project “For an effective and good physical and digital reception”: a progress report

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