Talks have resumed in French Polynesia between Air France and its striking Tahiti-based flight attendants.
The strike is about to enter its third week while more than a dozen work-related issues remain to be resolved.
To carry passengers between Tahiti and Los Angeles, Air France has been leasing an Airbus from the Portuguese carrier Hi Fly.
It initially used an Air Tahiti Nui plane to fly out passengers stranded by the strike.
Last week, two of its aircraft left Tahiti without passengers because there wasn't the minimum number of flight attendants available.