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Air Tahiti Nui adds fleet of helicopters

Air Tahiti Nui has added a fleet of four helicopters to its air operations in Tahiti to fill a void for private transfers, high end experiences and scenic flights. A joint venture between Air Tahiti Nui and HBG, Tahiti Nui Helicopters was formed after the only Polynesian company offering a civil helicopter service closed last year. With the arrival of the final ... read more

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Hawaiian resumes normal PPG schedule

Hawaiian Airlines will resume its normal night flights from Honolulu to Pago Pago on July 10. The airline has for a couple of months been operating daytime flights due to problems with Pago Pago International Airports recently upgraded Instrument Landing System. The initial ILS upgrade by the Federal Aviation Administration discovered the newly installed antennas were faulty and new ones had ... read more

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Change at the Air France regional management

After four years at the head of the regional delegation of Air France in French Polynesia, Alex Hervet will leave office at the end of July. He will be replaced Lionel Rault, 44, currently delegate in Martinique. Alex Hervet will return to the sales department at the group’s headquarters in Paris. In four years, Air France ... read more

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Direct Route Being Finalised

Particylars of a direct air route from Jayapura, in Indonesia, to Mt Hagen in the Western Highlands Province is being finalised, according to Department of Transport secretary Roy Mumu. Mr Mumu said that an air service agreement has always existed between both countries with the current route to Bali serviced by flag carrier Air Niugini ... read more

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