|Serves||Gambier Islands, French Polynesia|
Is the closest airport to the Pitcairn Islands
|Elevation AMSL||7 ft / 2 m|
Sources: French AIP
Totegegie is one of Mangareva island's reefs, approximately 9 km (5.6 mi) from Rikitea, the island's administrative settlement. It has the only building on the reef. The airport is 1,652 km (1,027 mi) from Tahiti and is classified as a territorial aerodrome. Its only commercial service is to Tahiti's Fa'a'ā International Airport on Tuesdays.
Totegegie Airport is crucial in its role as the outside world's link to Pitcairn Island. One of the only ways a traveler can reach Pitcairn is to fly to Tahiti, then to Totegegie. From there, a 32-hour boat ride will take one to Pitcairn.
The 3,500 metres (11,500 ft) runway was constructed in 1967 by the 115th running of the Society of the Pacific Experimentation Centre Pacific (CEP). The first aircraft, a Piper Aztec, landed in 1968. The same year, a DC-6 performed weekly service between Totegegie, Mururoa and Papeete. In 1978, the first commercial air link was established between Totegegie and Papeete.
In 2008, the terminal was expanded and modernized.
Airlines and destinations
|Air Tahiti||Hao, Papeete|
The increase in passenger numbers is shown below. 
- NTGJ – TOTEGEGIE. AIP from French Service d'information aéronautique, effective 23 May 2019.
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