Travelers from Hawaii and the U.S. Virgin Islands will have a lot to be excited about this week when the Hawaii Travel Restrictions Program begins this week.
While you’ll still have to be on the road before your flight leaves, airlines are already limiting travel to just five of the islands, making this a very small step toward easing some of the travel restrictions.
The only exception is to visit family members and other friends in Hawaii, where restrictions will apply from the day of your flight.
There are plenty of places to go during the program, and airlines are promising that the restrictions will be easier to find than the travel bans that they already have in place.
Travelers will have to get off the island of Maui and back to the mainland of the state of Hawaii by June 15.
They’ll also need to return to their destination airport within 72 hours, even if they don’t have to fly to their chosen destination.
They won’t have the same freedom to travel around the U, as they will still have a flight from the airport they’re already at, but that doesn’t mean they won’t still have their flight delayed.
There’s also no travel restrictions on Hawaii’s Big Island.
That’s a change from last year, when restrictions were only in effect for Maui, the Big Island, and the Big South.
However, airlines have said that there will be a small increase in the number of flights between the Big Islands and the mainland in June, and it’s possible that there might be some delays.
If you’re headed to the Big North or Big South, you’ll have to make a 180-degree turn to avoid restrictions, as you will need to fly from the North to the South and back.
If you are headed to Maui or the Big West, you can travel in the same direction you’re heading and then make a turn back to your original point of departure.
As a general rule, if you’re in Hawaii and your flight isn’t on a carrier, you will have less than two weeks to check out of the island before you have to start flying again.
However the restrictions are also there for a good reason, and this is something that will be easy to notice as you head to your destination.
The Hawaii Travel restrictions are currently only available to Hawaiian residents, but this week you’ll be able to find out how many other airlines are allowing people to travel.