At this time, there are no new travel restrictions for domestic travelers and neither the governor's office nor the island's mayors have indicated that they plan. To reduce COVID-19 transmission in Hawaii and avoid an unmanageable strain on our healthcare system, Governor David Ige has enacted a mandatory 14-day traveler quarantine and passenger verification process for those traveling to or between the Hawaiian Islands. The most frequently asked questions about this traveler quarantine can be found below. You must go directly from the airport to your self-identified quarantine location.
Don't go out to get food or other supplies and don't have visitors. Watch yourself daily for symptoms of COVID-19.Full self-quarantine instructions can be found here. Arrange for a friend or family member to drop off essentials or make use of a contactless delivery service. A list of delivery services operating in Hawaii can be found here.
Passengers who refuse any part of the airport verification process will be directed to law enforcement officers. Passengers will have the option of returning on the next flight back to the airport they came from or they will be directed to law enforcement. Passengers without a verifiable reservation will have the opportunity to make a hotel reservation. If they are unable to confirm a reservation, they can book a ticket on the next return flight to the airport they came from or they will be directed to law enforcement.
The State of Hawaii meets federal international requirements for passengers flying directly to Hawaii from an international destination, and there are no additional requirements for the State of Hawaii. Airlines will screen passengers prior to their departure to the U.S. UU. By following some simple and sensible tips and advice, you will keep us all healthy and safe.
Website owned and operated by the Hawaii State Department of Health. For travel-related questions, call GoHawaii at 1-800-464-2924 Hawaiians should call 2-1-1 for referrals to local services such as health resources, food banks and more. Wondering if your carry-on baggage meets the size and weight requirements? Travel requirements can be complex. To help you navigate this important information, we have outlined the process for each country where Hawaiian Airlines serves.
On these pages, you will find travel requirements and tips for traveling to and from the Hawaiian Islands. There are no travel restrictions for travel to Hawaii from the U.S. In addition to traveling within the Hawaiian Islands. Starting March 26, you no longer need to quarantine, pre-travel COVID-19 test, or show proof of vaccination.
You also don't need to create a trip on the Safe Travels website for your U, S. In addition to our no-change fee policy, we have COVID-19 travel exemptions available should your plans change. We have strengthened and improved cleaning procedures to keep your aircraft, as well as our airport spaces, safe and clean. Get a Deeper Connection to Hawaii with These Helpful Travel Tips.
Get notified of low rates %26 special offers. There are no local COVID restrictions specific to the Big Island. Hawaii County Mayor's COVID Rules and Restrictions Lifted. Continue with caution and stay home if you are sick, get tested and wear a mask if necessary.
Even during its strictest measures, travelers saw Hawaii as a pandemic-era paradise, perhaps because of its outdoor offerings. Currently, Hawaii requires a mandatory five-day self-quarantine, with exceptions for those who are fully vaccinated (no boosters required) or who show proof of a negative COVID-19 test from an approved partner within 72 hours of the departure of the last leg of their flight. “The program played a key role in keeping Hawaiians safe before vaccines were widely available and during the surges we've seen through this pandemic,” said John De Fries, president and chief executive officer of the Hawaii Tourism Authority. You can find the latest updates on Big Island via the County of Hawaii's COVID resource webpage.
Most recently, Delta last month announced three new routes from Hawaii that will be launched later this year, with Atlanta to Maui and Detroit to Honolulu, both starting Nov. 19, and the John F. At the county level, Kauai County, Maui County, and Hawaii County have repealed their COVID-19 emergency rules. That now means domestic travelers to Hawaii will no longer have to fill out online forms through Safe Travels, no longer have to worry about QR codes, no longer have to provide proof of vaccination, and ultimately there will be no additional requirement or restriction to fly to Hawaii on a domestic flight.