Air Tahiti Nui (TN, Papeete) has ended Airbus operations following the retirement of its last two remaining A340-300s on Tuesday, September 24.

According to the French Polynesian carrier, F-OJGF (msn 385) was retired from commercial service on September 1 and ferried from Papeete to Marana on September 25. For its part, F-OSEA (msn 438) conducted its last revenue flight on September 24 before being ferried to Marana the day after. Air Tahiti Nui had operated a total of five A340-300s.

As it now stands, Air Tahiti Nui's fleet is now an all-Boeing affair consisting of four B787-9s of which two are leased from Air Lease Corporation while the remaining two are owned. The jets are used to serve Auckland Int'l, Los Angeles Int'l, Paris CDG (via Los Angeles), and Tokyo Narita.