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Zapwater Communications Named U.S. Public Relations Agency of Record for Air Tahiti Nui

by | Jan 17, 2023

Zapwater Communications, Inc. has been named U.S. Public Relations Agency of Record (U.S.) for Air Tahiti Nui. The agency will manage U.S. communications on behalf of the airline, including PR, media relations, influencer marketing and strategic partnership efforts.

Air Tahiti Nui is a leading international carrier and the most immersive travel experience in the world. The award-winning airline links the South Pacific to four continents and features daily non-stop service to Tahiti from Los Angeles. In 2022, Air Tahiti Nui launched non-stop service to Tahiti from Seattle, becoming the only airline to connect the Pacific Northwest and French Polynesia.

Air Tahiti Nui currently operates a fleet of 4 Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners, featuring 294 seats and three cabins, including Poerava Business, Moana Premium and Moana Economy.

“We are thrilled to represent Air Tahiti Nui in North America,” said David Zapata, CEO and founder of Zapwater Communications. “As the airline gears up to celebrate its 25th anniversary, our team is honored to collaborate with them on this exciting next chapter.”

Zapwater has a rapidly growing airline and aviation expertise. Current clients include Copa Airlines, Ethiopian Airlines and Finnair.

For more information on Air Tahiti Nui, please visit www.airtahitinui.com.

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