As of June 16, 2020, the 14-day quarantine in Hawaii has been lifted for interisland travelers. What does this mean? Hawai’i residents and visitors who have completed their 14-day quarantine can now travel freely between all of the islands of Hawaii.

What are the rules & regulations for Hawaii interisland travel?

Even though the 14-day quarantine has been lifted for interisland travel, there are still regulations that travelers will need to follow. The screening process includes the following:

  1. You must complete a Traveler Health Form before boarding the plane. The form can be found here.
    This form can be filled out ahead of time, but no more than 24 hours in advance. The more current the information, the better for the safety of Hawaii residents.
  2. You must have your temperature checked before boarding. Travelers with temperatures of 100.4 F (38 C) will not be allowed to fly.

Be sure arrive at the airport early to allow yourself ample time to go through the screening. To speed up your screening, print out and fill in your form before arriving at the airport, but no more than 24 hours before your flight.

If you are not allowed to fly for any reason, you will need to contact the airline to cancel or reschedule. The TSA and Hawaii National Guard members assisting in this process will not be able to help you with this.


What airlines are flying interisland in Hawaii?

Currently the following airlines are flying interisland within Hawaii:

  1. Hawaiian Airlines – Flights are available between Oahu, Kauai, Maui, the Big Island, Molokai and Lanai
  2. Southwest Airlines – Flights are available between Oahu, Kauai, Maui, and the Big Island
  3. Mokulele Airlines – Flights are available between Oahu, Kauai, Maui, the Big Island, Molokai and Lanai

Keep in mind that flights are always subject to change. If you do book, airlines also have much more lenient cancellation and rebooking policies now as well.

Where can I stay once I get to another island?

Many hotels are currently closed, but there are a few accommodation options on each of the islands. A quick Google search will show you availability across all of the state.

If you cannot find an available hotel on the island you are visiting, you can also take a look at alternative options such as Airbnb or VRBO. Just be sure that the place you choose is properly licensed.

Many hotels and other accommodations are providing information on their updated cleaning procedures. For peace of mind, take the time to look over them before booking.

Can I rent a car when I travel interisland?

Car rental companies are still operating on all of the major islands, and while demand has been low, there are cars available for pick-up from the airports and other destinations.

Keep in mind that car rental companies will not rent to anyone still under the 14-day quarantine. If you are visiting Hawaii, you will need to complete your 14-day quarantine and then rent a vehicle.

How can I get around once I am on another island?

Public transportation, taxis and ride sharing options are available on most of the Hawaiian islands.

Companies such as Charley’s Taxi on Oahu have been also actively working to prevent the spread of COVID-19 by disinfecting the vehicles after each ride.

Be sure to check what transportation options are available before your arrival. You will want to make sure that you are able to experience your destination to its fullest potential!

What is there to do once I get to my destination?

Many businesses are slowly beginning to reopen, and we are here to keep you updated on the many activities that you can do during your Hawaii interisland travels.

Take a look here to see activity options on the Big Island, Kauai, Lanai, Maui, and Oahu.

Even if you aren’t traveling, there a lot of things to do even if you stay at home. Call us at (808) 690-990 (Monday through Friday from 9:00AM to 5:00PM) to find out about all of the tour options.

Kamaaina discounts are also available too!