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Air Tahiti Nui celebrates 10th Anniversary with Free Pearls for Passengers

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To celebrate its 10th anniversary, Air Tahiti Nui is treating each of its passengers to a little piece of Tahiti – a complimentary Tahitian pearl, crafted by Robert Wan, the famous “pearl emperor” of French Polynesia.

Until 15 January, 2009, First and Business Class passengers on Air Tahiti Nui flights will be offered a sealed envelope containing the Robert Wan pearl. Economy class passengers will receive a gift certificate to redeem their free pearl at one of the seven Robert Wan boutiques in Tahiti.

“The Tahitian pearl is a symbol of beauty and perfection which represents the way we feel about Tahiti , our home, and one of the world’s most aspirational holiday destinations,” said Craig Lee, Regional Director Australia for Air Tahiti Nui. “This iconic gift is our way of thanking passengers for their support, and helping to remind them of their time in Tahiti.”

Robert Wan began pearl faming in 1973, his first official client being Japan’s pearl master Mikimoto. He is now one of the most experienced and acclaimed producers of the Polynesian Black Pearl, known as “Poe Rava” – also the name if the airline’s first and Business Class cabins.

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