The Air Tahiti fleet

Air Tahiti and its subsidiary Air Archipels operate a fleet made up of:

  • 7 ATR-72
  • 2 ATR-42
  • 2 Twin Otter DHC6-300, one of which belongs to the French Polynesian government
  • 3 Beechcraft King Air B200
     

Find out about our different aircraft in the sections below:
 

Flotte atr - Chapo - EN

ATR

Given the specific nature of its network, Air Tahiti chose the ATR as the aircraft best suited to the majority of its routes. Able to operate from airstrips less than 1,200 m (3,937 ft) long, the ATR 42 and ATR 72 offer service quality similar to that of jets, yet with much lower fuel consumption than other machines in the same category.

Flotte twin otter - Chapo - EN

Twin Otter

Some smaller airstrips are inaccessible to the ATR. These are operated by Twin Otter or Beechcraft machines. In this section, find out the characteristics of the Twin Otter DHC6-300.

Flotte beechcraft - Chapo - EN

Beechcraft

Some smaller airstrips are inaccessible to the ATR. These are operated by Twin Otter or Beechcraft machines. In this section, find out the characteristics of the Beechcraft King Air B200.

Flotte savoir - EN

Flying in Polynesia

The Air Tahiti network is unusual. In this section, learn more about what makes the network so unique, Air Tahiti's commitment to opening up the remoter islands, payload, flight safety management and the authorities concerned.

Travel tips

Click on the links below to make sure your trip goes smoothly: