The world’s busiest airport in Hawaii has been the site of a number of violent protests over the past few years.
This year, however, the airport’s security measures have been much more stringent than they’ve been in the past, including the shutdown of the runway for a security review and a lockdown of the terminal building.
In addition, the new security measures were announced in a tweet by Hawaiian Airlines, which said that all flights between the airport and Kauai will be suspended.
The airline said the restrictions are due to “continued security concerns.”
While the new measures were initially announced as a security measure, they also reflect a wider policy shift at the airport.
Last year, the Hawaiian Government announced that it would be closing the airport entirely for the next four years.
Hawaii’s airport, which is the country’s second busiest, will become an international hub for all flights departing from the island of Hawaii.