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In a country as large as Europe, where 90% of the surface is covered with water, air transport companies play a key role including everything concerning the details of daily life. By entering into the heart of French Polynesian life at every moment, Air Archipels is a major player in its field. This role the company keeps with discretion, however certain media have succeeded anyway in capturing some moments on film. To discover …

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Tahiti : discovering the pearl of the Pacific

27 May 2017

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For more than a year, a team followed the inhabitants of Tahiti. All are passionate about life in French Polynesia and look forward to discovering another face. Among them Julie, emergency doctor, regularly flies with Air Archipels for medical evacuations.

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Enjoying the Marquesas’ pristine Polynesia

28 November 2015

Mqs Our flight to Ua Pou, third-largest island in the chain, was an adventure. Beforehand, I met the pilot David Fornet, and he spoke fondly of the Twin Otter, a vintage 19-seat aircraft used for inter-island hops. Sitting behind David as we approached Ua Pou, I could see the runway ahead — it started at water’s edge and ended at a mountain wall. The small plane pitched and rolled in turbulent air, but David set it down with a firm touch. Read more on The San Diego Union-Tribune

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She gives birth at Manihi Airport

19 January 2015

« We were all happy. We had a smile all over our face. We took pictures of the baby and us » says Yann Le Roux, captain at Air Archipels.

« We were all happy. We had a smile all over our face. We took pictures of the baby and us » says Yann Le Roux, captain at Air Archipels.

Papeete, January 19th, 2015. The Air Archipels team leaves on Saturday morning headed for Manihi Airport in order to look for a pregnant mom . On arrival the SMUR team found that the mother is ready to give birth. The team get organized. The baby was born at the airport of the atoll.

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