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Air Tahiti Nui launches Sydney - Bora Bora Promotion

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Air Tahiti Nui and the Tahiti Travel Connection have launched a special “Les Amoureux Bora Bora” promotion.

French for “the lovers Bora Bora”, the package starts from A$4940 per person twin-share ex-Sydney, taxes inclusive.

“This Valentine’s Day special offers couples the chance to experience one of the world’s most romantic destinations at a time when it suits them best,” said Craig Lee, Regional Director Australia for Air Tahiti Nui.

The promotion is valid between 1 April and 31 May 2009, and between 1 November and 21 December 2009.

“Les Amoureux Bora Bora” includes return Economy Class airfares flying Air Tahiti Nui, five nights accommodation at the Hilton Bora Bora Nui Resort and Spa in a Beach Villa with free breakfast daily and one dinner, and a romantic sunset sailing cruise.

 Also included are two nights at the Hilton Hotel Tahiti Resort and Spa in a Lagoon View Room with one breakfast, return domestic airfares to Bora Bora and all land transfers.

Ex-Brisbane and Melbourne the deal is available from A$5130, and ex-Adelaide from A$5360 per person, twin share. Some conditions apply.

Air Tahiti Nui offers passengers a three-class service on its five Airbus A340-300 aircraft, which are configured to seat 294 passengers - 6 in Poerava First Class, 24 in Club Poerava Business Class and 264 in Classe Moana Economy Class.

The airline offers three weekly departures from Sydney to Papeete, with onward connections to the USA and Europe.

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