Air Tahiti Nui



Phone number: 1 (800) 778–4838

Arrivals Terminal:

The Air Tahiti Nui is the airline that is the flag carrier of the French Polynesian islands. This airline transports people of the region to a multitude of locations across the world. The LAX in the United States is one of its most important destinations to date.

As this airline is an international one, it makes sense that its passengers are welcomed at the international airport, or what is better known as the B terminal or the TBIT.
Oftentimes, airlines tend to codeshare flights with one another. This means that partnered companies will operate the flight instead. If your Air Tahiti Nui flight to the LAX is a codeshare one, then it might not land at the B terminal. Instead, it may land at Terminal 4, Terminal 5, or even Terminal 6.

Thus, it is best for you to check this information beforehand to be better prepared for your arrival at the LAX.

Air Tahiti Nui lax airport

Departures Terminal:

Similar to the arriving flights, the majority of Air Tahiti Nui’s outgoing flights operate from B terminal. This makes sense because the majority of international aircrafts land at this terminal.

Your outbound flight might operate at a different terminal, however, as a codeshare flight. The potential terminals where you may locate your check-in counters and gates are Terminals 4, 5, and 6.


The Tahiti Airport and the Paris Charles de Gaulle are the two destinations to which Air Tahiti Nui offers flights from LAX. Actually, the airline’s trip to Paris is considered the second-busiest international route from the LAX. A significant number of the flights on this route, which are taken by more than a million passengers annually, are run by Air Tahiti Nui.
To find out the status of your arriving Air Tahiti Nui flight to the LAX, then click here. For information on your departing Air Tahiti Nui from the LAX, click here.
Alternatively, you may choose to call the airline directly at +1 877 824 4846.


Air Tahiti Nui is a member of the Star Alliance, which allows it to partner with American Airlines and Alaska Airlines at the LAX.