United Rumored To Start Service To Tahiti


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United threw out yesterday, via Twitter that they will start a new International service from SFO to somewhere. The destination is to be announced today. Via Flyertalk, the route will be “SFO-PPT 788,” starting October 30 2018. Technically, this is still rumor until it is officially announced by United today.

United Rumored Will Start Service To Tahiti

United Will Start Service To Tahiti

We traveled to Tahiti on the way home from Bora Bora in 2011. Check out that post for more details here.

Bottom Line

French Polynesia is an amazing trip to go on! Check out more of my reviews from our trip:

Bora Bora Mid-Day View And Happy Hour

5 Tips For A Moorea & Bora Bora Trip

Bora Bora Activities – Jet Ski Ride, Stingray Feeding, And Villa Mahana Restaurant

InterContinental Thalasso Bora Bora – French Polynesia Trip Report

Happy Hour – Raspberry Mojito In Bora Bora

Demonstration On How To Use Delta Miles To Bora Bora

Do you plan to head to Tahiti on United anytime soon?

HT: Flyertalk

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