Maui Air Arrivals Slow to 81: 28 Residents, 10 Visitors and 43 Crew Members
The number of passengers flying into Hawaiʻi continues to drop.
On Saturday, 1,207 people arrived in Hawaiʻi on the third day of the state’s 14-day mandatory self-quarantine for all incoming passengers, according to information compiled by the Hawaiʻi Tourism Authority.
Maui had a total of 81 passengers arriving on the Valley Isle, including 43 crew members, 28 residents and 10 visitors, according to new numbers compiled by the HTA.
In Līhue on Kauaʻi, there were 14 arrivals–13 of them crew, 1 residents and no visitors.
In Kona on Hawaiʻi Island, total arrivals were 56 passengers with 15 crew members, 29 residents and 12 visitors.
*The table below shows the number of people who arrived by air on March 28th.
In Honolulu on Oʻahu, arrivals were still above 1,000 with a total of 1,055 air arrivals including: 237 crew members, 388 residents, 232 transit passengers, 129 visitors and 70 intended residents.
Of the 1,207 air arrivals, 151 people were visitors, and most of the passengers were either returning residents (446) or crew members (308).
In comparison, during this same time last year, more than 30,000 passengers arrived in Hawaiʻi daily, including residents and visitors.