February 24, 2021

Tahiti Islands Travel Wins 1st Grand DMC Champions Award for 2021 For Traveller Made

For the second year in a row, Tahiti Islands Travel was presented with the prestigious Grand DMC Champions Award this week in recognition of our commitment to providing the best service to our partners and our mutual clients.
February 19, 2021

Pacific Islanders Turn to Local Economies to Drive Post-pandemic Recovery

While Pacific Island countries have, so far, been spared a catastrophic spread of COVID-19, their economies have been devastated by the effects of border closures, internal […]
February 10, 2021

Tahiti President Warns About Long Covid-19 Border Closure

French Polynesia’s president Edouard Fritch says he hopes last week’s border closure ordered by Paris because of the Covid-19 pandemic won’t exceed three months.
January 6, 2021

A traditional wave? Maybe not, but cruise deals are starting to flood in.

It's not a tsunami, but wave season deals are starting to flood in, from cruise lines big and small. Given the current circumstances, it's been debated whether there will be a 2021 wave season.
January 6, 2021

‘Resiliency and optimism’ in CLIA’s 2021 outlook

New Cruise Lines International Association research shows two out of three cruisers are willing to cruise within a year and 58% of international vacationers, who have never cruised, likely to do so in the next few years.
January 6, 2021

Crystal Says Newbuild Endeavor on Track for Summer Debut

Crystal Endeavor is on track to debut in the summer, according to Crystal, which said it's pleased with the resumption of work on the vessel at MV Werften.
January 6, 2021

$10bn in New Ships, 39,000 Lower Berths to Join Global Cruise Fleet in 2021

2021 will ring in 27 new oceangoing cruise ships, adding 39,530 lower berths to the global fleet. This makes for a total investment $10.4bn, according to Seatrade’s orderbook, just updated to include Coral Geographer, arriving in March, instead of late 2021.
January 5, 2021

Relief supplies from Tahiti arrive in Fiji after Cyclone Yasa

The ship Tahiti Nui has arrived in Suva to deliver relief items provided by French Polynesia to assist Fiji's rebuilding work in response to last month's Cyclone Yasa.
January 5, 2021

Air Tahiti Gets Subsidies Extended Until July

The French Polynesian government has agreed to subsidise the domestic carrier Air Tahiti for another six months to maintain loss-making routes.
December 1, 2020

Air France’s Paris – Papeete Flights To Stop In Vancouver Instead Of Los Angeles

Air France has confirmed that its two Paris-Papeete flights per week will temporarily stop to refuel in Vancouver rather than Los Angeles from 14 December 2020 […]
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