The list of restrictions at the top of the Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDP) website includes a number of major airports and the airport that has the most restrictions per passenger.
For example, at Honolulu International Airport, the limit is 50 miles from the nearest point of entry to the airport.
This limit is not an isolated instance, as it has been around for decades.
The restriction is the result of the HPD implementing a new set of airport and transportation rules that take effect this year.
The new rules, which took effect in late January, require all domestic air travelers to undergo a pat-down search before entering the airport, and the screening process is subject to an individualized pat-downs.
Hawaii is the last state in the U.S. that has a specific airport-specific law.
Hawaii has not imposed restrictions on international flights since at least 2004.
The restrictions at HPD come on top of a number already in place at the state’s major airports.
At Kona International Airport in Hawaii, the checkpoint policy requires travelers to check for bags, as well as other items such as electronics, laptops, phones and other items that may be contraband.
Hawaii also has a strict curfew policy.
A curfew requires residents to stay at home from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m., unless they are in an area where curfew is not in effect.
There is no curfew for passengers traveling from outside of Hawaii.
The Honolulu International Terminal, located at Kona, has a curfew of 7 p.