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                Island of Hawai'i volcano update

                Island of Hawai'i volcano update

                The Hawaiian Islands are safe for residents and visitors

                AIRPORTS, ACCOMMODATIONS AND ACTIVITIES ARE OPEN STATEWIDE

                • Hawaii is Open for Business: There is no reason for visitors planning a trip to the Hawaiian Islands to change or alter their leisure or business travel plans.
                • Air Access: All flights into the Hawaiian Islands are operating normally.
                • Accommodations and Activities: All accommodations, activities and attractions throughout the Hawaiian Islands are operating normally, with the exception of those in the area affected by the volcanic activity on the island of Hawaii.
                • Remote Location on the island of Hawaii’s East Side: None of the Hawaiian Islands are affected by Kilauea volcano except a remote area along the Lower East Rift Zone on the island of Hawaii’s east side, Kilauea Summit and surrounding areas.
                • Kilauea Summit Activity: Steam and ash outbursts from Halemaumau crater are occurring in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park (approximately 40 miles away from the Lower East Rift Zone) and being monitored. This is a natural occurrence as rocks fall into the crater and magma interacts with the groundwater (water table).
                • Air Quality: Air quality remains largely unchanged with this situation. However, air quality near where the volcanic activity on the island of Hawaii is occurring can be hazardous (SO2-sulfur dioxide) and light ash fall may be present. Officials are continuing to monitor air quality.

                Published: 18 May 2018

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