Hawaii’s new “Travel Alert” program will allow players to track their flight, hotel and other travel options, a move the state’s sports authorities are applauding.
Hawaii’s new Travel Alert system was unveiled in September and is designed to make sure Hawaii’s athletes are able to make a quick stop at hotels and restaurants while on the road.
It will also be a tool to help athletes and staff check in to a hotel when they’re in town, and will provide a quick way to check in on those who are away.
“We want to make it so our players have an easy way to be able to travel and check into hotels when they are away from their families,” said Mike Kelleher, Hawaii’s assistant athletic director of travel.
“They are going to be coming back to our facilities.”
Hawaii is one of the few states that does not require hotels to be booked for the season, though it does require hotels and other businesses to maintain certain minimum occupancy levels.
That includes keeping a minimum number of rooms, a minimum distance from the hotel, and maintaining adequate staffing to keep the hotel safe.
Travel Alert will allow athletes to make check-in reservations, check out food, and other essential items.
The program, which will start with the 2018 season, will be updated annually to account for the changes in hotel occupancy and the new system.
Hawaiians can sign up for the Travel Alert program via the team’s official website or by calling 800-939-5533.
Hawana is one state that has seen an uptick in the number of travelers since the program was announced.
In 2016, the state was averaging 1.1 million travelers per day, and this year the number has risen to 2.2 million.
Hawaii has a lot of potential for growth, but some sports officials say the new program has the potential to become a key asset to the program.
“It’s an exciting program,” said Kelleer.
“It allows us to be flexible.
We can use it as an asset.
It allows us be responsive.
It lets us have a way to get people out of hotels.”
Hawaiian players can make a stop at a hotel if they’re not at a team event.
However, hotels and dining facilities have to be available.
Hawaui is also taking steps to ensure athletes are protected when they leave the state.
Hawala’s athletic department is reviewing its travel rules and regulations to make them more in line with the federal rules, and is implementing more than 30 recommendations from the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
Hawaleas health department has a strict policy of not allowing athletes to travel to Hawaii.
The state’s department of health has issued several recommendations for how to deal with players who have been suspended or disciplined for violations of the rules.
Players who are suspended are allowed to travel on a one-way ticket to a destination in the United States, or return to Hawaii if they are issued a ticket in a different state.
Players who are disciplined for a violation of the laws are not allowed to return to the state of Hawaii.
“I am concerned that the rules are not being followed,” said Hawaii Athletic Director Todd Tingley.
“We are doing all we can to be consistent.
There’s a process to follow and I think there’s a lot that we can do to improve.”
Hawana Athletic Director David Yap said the department is also working to ensure players are protected against the virus.
“Our athletes are coming back from overseas, and we want to ensure that they are safe,” said Yap.
“I’m concerned that we are not doing the right things.
There are some things that I think we need to do better.”
Hawalas team will play at Hawaii Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 3.