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Coronavirus Travel Policy of Air Tahiti Nui, The Americas

Posted on 03/05/2020

Updated and Effective: Wednesday, March 4th, 2020

Dear Valued Partner of Air Tahiti Nui, The Americas:

As of Wednesday, March 4th, French Polynesia remains free of coronavirus.

The entry policy of the French Polynesian Government will change for departures to the destination from Monday, March 9th. Until that date the policy is:

Before March 9th, 2020

Travelers transiting through or that have visited one of the following countries within 30 days prior to their trip to French Polynesia:

China

Cambodia

Hong-Kong

India

Japan

Macau

Malaysia

Nepal

Singapore

South Korea

Sri Lanka

Taiwan

Thailand

Vietnam

Philippines

Iran

Italy: Lombardy, Veneto and Emilia Romagna

Must carry a medical certificate no older than 5 days certifying their health condition, regardless of their port of departure. This medical certificate should state that the passenger is in good health and free of flu/viral symptoms (such as cough, sore throat, fever, etc.). Medical certificates may be obtained from the client’s Doctor, Hospital or a professional medical center, such as an Urgent Care facility.

In the event clients who require such a certificate are unable to obtain one prior to departure from LAX, a nearby 24-Hour Urgent Care facility outside of LAX Airport may be able to provide a signed medical certificate. US issued insurance may be accepted at this facility, otherwise a $165.00 USD charge will be applicable for a consultation and clearance for a travel certificate. For customers electing to seek a certificate, allow at least 5 hours as this facility is not connected to LAX, or the Tom Bradley International Terminal.

Reliant Urgent Care

5901 W. Century Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90045

Phone: (310)-215-6000

Please note that Air Tahiti Nui is working on an easier and vastly simplified procedure for the issuance of the Medical Certificate. This requires another 24 to 48 hours of review.

In the meantime, commencing from:

Beginning March 9th, 2020

All passengers regardless of their nationality, or gateway of embarkation, traveling to French Polynesia must carry a medical certificate no older than 5 days certifying their health condition. This measure will be enforced through March 31st, 2020 pending extension of that policy.

This link reflects the policy on the ATN website:

https://www.airtahitinui.com/us-en/reinforcement-precautionary-measures-taken-french-polynesian-government

Additional Documentation and returning to the United States:

Please note that clients may be required to provide at check-in or onboard the flight, both to and from the United States and French Polynesia, documentation confirming the address in destination, telephone number(s), and email address. This information may be used by the Ministry of Health in French Polynesia as well as the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Center for Disease Control.

For any passengers traveling to the United States of America --- any passenger who is NOT an American citizen holding an American passport OR legal permanent resident of the United States will be DENIED entry if they have been to Mainland China or Iran within the last 14 days.

Please continue to monitor our website for any further updates. The situation is a dynamic one and subject to change.

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