HONOLULU — More tourists traveled to Hawaii on Saturday than the state has seen in a single day since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
About 26,400 trans-Pacific and interisland travelers were screened by the state’s Safe Travels program on Saturday, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported Tuesday.
That’s Hawaii’s busiest day since coronavirus restrictions caused travel to plummet last year.
Data compiled by the Hawaii Tourism Authority showed that about 18,700 travelers were flying on Saturday for vacation or pleasure.
The Transportation Security Administration said Friday was its busiest screening day since March 15, 2020, with nearly 1.36 million people going through airport checkpoints in the United States.
The increase coincides with spring break and more vaccinations.
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