Compared to the summer of 2021, the seating capacity has increased by 89% and shows a decrease of 12% compared to 2019. This is explained in particular by:
- Flights suspended to South America, Japan and Rarotonga
- Delayed resumption of flights to New Zealand
- And the increased frequency of Air France and United.
The total supply of seats (external and return) is estimated at 560,512 seats for the new summer 2022 season, compared to 259,278 seats in 2021, an increase of 301,234 seats.
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Thus, in 2022, 26 weekly flights will be offered from the US (LAX, SFO, HNL), 15 weekly flights from France – Europe (CDG, ORY) and 6 flights from the Pacific Ocean (AKL, NOU).
In 2019, the destination offered 22 flights from North America, 13 from Europe and 10 to 12 flights to the rest of the region (Asia Pacific and South America).
|Babbitt – Los Angeles||Air Tahiti Nui||4 to 5||B787-9|
|Babbitt – San Francisco||United Airlines||5||B787-9|
|Papeete – Paris CDG||Los Angeles||Air Tahiti Nui||6 to 7||B787-9|
|Papeete – Paris CDG||Los Angeles||Air France||3 to 5||B777-200|
|Papeete – Paris ORY||San Francisco||French bee||3||A350-200|
|Papeete – Honolulu||Hawaiian Airlines||1||A330-200|
|Papeete – Auckland||Air Tahiti Nui||2 to 3||B787-9|
|Papeete – Auckland||Air New Zealand||2||B787-9|
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