Air Tahiti Nui has revealed an inconic and unique new look for its Dreamliner fleet.
The new Tahitian Dreamliner design still features the airline's iconic blue tones that Tahiti is synonymous with, as well as the airline's trademark tiare flower. Now they're accompanied by a new tattoo pattern that represents the story of Tahiti and its people.
Air Tahiti Nui has also paid tribute to its Polynesian heritage in a less obvious way. When all four of the Dreamliner fleet arrive, their registration letters will tell a story. 'The warrior (TOA) going forward (MUA) in the great (NUI) canoe (VAA).'
The new interior also features a distinctly Tahitian colour palette, in keeping with the new look being inspired by "nui" (meaning "grand" or "great").
The livery and cabin design of the airline's new fleet of B787-9s was unveiled in Tahiti in front of special guests including French Polynesia President Edouard Fritch and Boeing Commercial Airplanes Senior Vice President Dinesh Keskar.