By John StumpfPublished Mar 04, 2017 08:58:51Hawaii’s airport advisory system is still in the early stages of being used by airlines to warn passengers against flying through security.
But the airlines and the state’s Department of Transportation are beginning to share more information about the system, which has been operating since November 2017.
Airline travel advisories are issued when there is a potential for a terrorist attack at a major airport or a breach in airport security.
The airlines can use a variety of factors to help determine if passengers should be allowed to board.
In November 2017, the Department of Homeland Security issued a travel advisory for Hawaii.
In the advisory, which was first reported by ABC News, the DHS warned that “the recent terrorist attacks in Paris, Brussels and London” could increase the likelihood that the United States would be attacked.
The agency also warned that the recent attacks in Brussels could cause serious damage to the security and security infrastructure in the European Union.
Hawaii Airlines, which operates more than 1,000 flights a day, has been using its “Hawaii Travel Advisory” to alert passengers about terrorist attacks at its facilities.
The advisory also includes a link to the state government website for further information.
The airline, which had about 12,500 seats available on its planes on the day of the Paris attack, said on its website that it was providing more information to the Department on the system and said it would work with the state to share any more information.
Hawaiian Airlines says it received more than 4,000 responses to the advisory.
The department said it had received about 3,000.
Hawalene Airways, which runs more than 800 flights a week from Honolulu to Maui, said it was working with the department on a pilot project.