There’s a new law in Hawaii that could make your flight more difficult to make and more expensive to book.
The state is moving to allow passengers to cancel their international tickets if they feel unsafe.
The law, SB902, went into effect in July, but the Honolulu Star-Advertiser reports it is still under review by the Department of Transportation.
Hawaii has a history of making the travel rules in its state more restrictive than most other places, and SB903 has been dubbed the “travel ban.”
Here are the big takeaways.
What you need to know about Hawaii’s travel restrictions:Travel restrictions are usually implemented on a case-by-case basis.
The order is generally issued after a hearing by the Hawaii Transportation Authority, which is the agency in charge of issuing the travel restriction.
The authority issues travel restrictions based on the safety of the passengers and the nature of the airline.
The new law will allow passengers with specific safety concerns to cancel any international flights they wish, but not any non-essential travel.
The airline will not be responsible for those canceled flights, according to the state.
If you want to cancel an international flight, you’ll have to send a letter to the airline explaining your concern, along with a copy of your itinerary and itinerary revision form.
You can cancel your international travel with a letter sent to the airlines’ Honolulu office.
That letter must be signed by an attorney, who can then forward the letter to their local DOT office.
The letter should include the names of all the people who can cancel, their address, and the reason why they want to change their flight.
You will have to pay for a cancellation letter.
If your flight is canceled, you will still have to buy a new ticket.
If the airlines cancels your flight, the carrier will still pay for the replacement ticket.
The DOT will then determine whether to grant you a refund, or whether to issue a new travel restriction for you.
The agency can issue a second letter to cancel another international flight.
If you are going to be overseas, you may be able to request that you be allowed to make a pre-departure inspection, as long as the airport does not have a specific screening facility that can accommodate that request.
If that is not possible, you must check in with the airlines at the gate.
If there is an airport that can provide the pre-flight inspection, the DOT will issue the required pre-boarding and check-in documents for the aircraft.
The DOT will also consider whether the airport is physically capable of accommodating a preflight inspection.
The department will issue a “requirement notice” to the airport if the DOT finds that the airport cannot accommodate the preflight inspections.
If a preboarding inspection is not feasible, the department will take the airport’s safety concerns into consideration.
For travelers who are not flying international, the travel restrictions will not apply to non-stop international flights, but only for domestic flights.
This includes domestic flights that take off or land from Hawaii.
Hawaii’s “Hawaii Airlines” has issued travel restriction notices for domestic domestic and international flights.