A Travel Alert issued for the Honolulu airport, Honolulu hotels, and Waikiki resorts
Travelers are being urged to keep an eye out for travel advisories from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and to stay away from Honolulu, Honolulu Airport, and Honolulu hotels.
Travelers who have had an illness or a medical condition are urged to seek medical attention immediately if they are concerned about the possibility of a travel alert.
The CDC and the FAA have issued travel advisors for Honolulu, Waikitik, Maui, Maukauai, Oahu, and Oahu Island, with the airports and hotels listed below.
All three are located in the West Maui region.
Travelers should also be aware of the threat of a possible coronavirus outbreak.
The Centers for Diseases Control and Diseases Prevention (CDC) and FAA issued a Travel Alert on Tuesday for the following locations in Hawaii: Hawaii Airport (HNL), Honolulu International Airport (HIK), Oahu International Airport, O’ahu International Airpark, and Kahului International Airport.
The airlines will remain open as normal, the airports are open, and travelers can board as they normally would.
If you are traveling to these locations, be aware that the CDC and FAA have recommended that travelers avoid all areas with high levels of respiratory virus transmission, including the airways.
The CDC recommends that travelers consider taking steps to prevent exposure to coronaviruses, including wearing long-sleeve, long-line shirts and pants, avoiding prolonged outdoor air travel, and avoiding prolonged indoor travel, especially in areas where air pollution is an issue.