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What airport do you fly to for Bora Bora?
Last Updated: 16th March, 2020
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Then, does Bora Bora have an airport?
Bora Bora Airport (IATA: BOB, ICAO: NTTB),alsoknown as Motu Mute Airport, is an airport servingtheisland of Bora Bora in French Polynesia. It is locatedonthe islet of Motu Mute. A boat transfer is necessary togetto the main island of Bora Bora.
Likewise, how do you travel to Bora Bora? The first step in getting to Bora Boraisflying into the capital city of Papeete in Tahiti, viaAirTahiti Nui, Hawaiian Airlines or Air France. FlightsfromLAX will take 8 hours and if you're taking another airlineintoLAX, leave yourself at least 3 hours transfer time.HawaiianAirlines flys out of Terminal 2.
Keeping this in view, how much does it cost to fly to Bora Bora?
Getting to Bora Bora (BOB) from the west coastofthe U.S. (most flights originate in Los Angeles (LAX)andfly via Tahiti (PPT) costs an averageof$2,500 per person for a return economy class ticket or $4,500 forareturn business class ticket, plus another $300 or more fortheflight onward from Tahiti.
Can you fly to Bora Bora from UK?
Flights to Bora Bora from the UKtakearound 31 hours, with two or three stops in places such asNewYork, Los Angeles and Tahiti. Bora Bora's airport is onthenearby islet of Motu Mute, and Bora Bora is just ashortboat ride away.