Air Tahiti Nui released details on the livery and onboard features of the airline’s new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners, which will begin operation this November on flights between Tahiti and Auckland, New Zealand, as well as on three times per week service to Los Angeles. The new aircraft’s livery will have two bright red lines on its sides representing Tahiti’s flag; three shades of blue representing the destination’s ocean, lagoon and skies; and a collection of native tattoos. In terms of cabin features, an extra-tall entryway will welcome guests onboard, and the cabin will have extra headroom as well. There will also be a Panasonic in-flight entertainment system with satellite broadband service providing in-seat connectivity and onboard Wi-Fi, as well as a cabin pressure equivalent to only 6,000 feet, shorter than the 6,500 to 7,000 foot average. There will be 30 Business Classseats, 32 Moana Premium seats and 232 Moana Economy seats.